According to the legislation and its most recent guidance, employers will be required to provide mandatory, interactive training on sexual harassment prevention to all employees by January 1, 2019, and annually thereafter, and to adopt a written sexual harassment prevention policy by October 9, 2018. Both the training and written policy must meet or exceed specified standards, which are in the process of being finalized. The guidance issued thus far also requires employers to train new employees within 30 days of starting their employment. Webster Szanyi is available and prepared to assist employers in complying with these new requirements. Please contact Ryan Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Heather Dechert (email@example.com) for additional information.
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County Attorney, Niagara County
Kevin Szanyi has handled cases for Suzuki for nearly twenty years. From small cases to those involving catastrophic injury or death, he can do it all. Kevin’s advice is always timely, on-point, and well thought out, and the strategy he helps us develop in defending these cases has resulted in outstanding outcomes and well below estimated budgets. I cannot think of a case he could not handle for our company. Kevin has my complete confidence and trust.
Department Manager, Legal Division, Suzuki Motor of America, Inc.