Come meet us at these upcoming industry events and learn more about how SHIFT online HR compliance training can help you engage your employees and positively impact behavior.
2018 New York State Training Requirements
Podcast: Do you still have questions about the New York Sexual Harassment Legislation that is going into effect on October 9, 2018? Listen to our latest podcast, where SHIFT Co-Founder and President, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq., provides an overview of the new requirements, answering some of the questions we have received, offering guidance as to what employers need to know to meet the aggressive deadlines. Click here.
Struggling with how to approach the topic of sexual harassment within the workplace? Join our on-demand webinar, “Addressing the Harvey Weinstein Effect: How to Proactively Create a Positive Workplace Culture” to learn how to build a best-in-class comprehensive anti-harassment training program. To register, click here.
NEWS & PODCASTS
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Our President, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, was quoted in an article by the Harvard Business Review on navigating the gray areas of what constitutes sexual harassment, click here.
For Valentine’s Day, FOX 5 – WNYW took a look at the office romance trend. Do you know what kind of restrictions companies can enforce? Our president, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, talks about love contracts and more, click here.
Podcast: Social Media in the Workplace. There is a growing blur between our work and private lives. Changes in technology and the popularity of so many different social media outlets has made this an increasingly complicated area for organizations to manage. Employment attorney and Co-founder of SHIFT HR, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, helps explain what employers and hiring managers should and shouldn’t do regarding social media and prospective employees; what guidelines employers should set around social media access; how to handle and prepare for harassment that stems from social media; and understanding the NLRB’s expansive view of what is protected activity. Click here.
Podcast: Bystander Intervention Training – Creating an Upstander Culture. Learn why the EEOC recommends that companies should consider providing bystander intervention training as a tool for reducing incidences of sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Click here.
Podcast: The Human Rights Campaign is the largest national LGBTQ civil rights organization in the US. Their annual Equality Index is an increasingly influential ranking of US businesses with the best practices for LGBTQ workplace inclusion. In this podcast we go into more detail about the HRC, the annual Corporate Equality Index Survey, which policies and practices companies are being rated on and why it’s so important for companies to keep this on their radar. Click here.
Podcast: Most business experts agree that the single most important factor in an organization’s success is human capital or talent. In this podcast we interview HR expert, Rachel Freedberg, about how employers can implement Topgrading Methods created by Bradford Smart to hire top performers and ensure that their hiring process is free from bias. Click here.
Our company Founder, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq., recently participated in a panel discussion entitled, “Sexual Harassment: Don’t Just Standby!” at the EEOC June Seminar in New York City. The panel discussed how to address cultural differences and how bystander intervention can play a role in deterring harassment in the workplace. We have prepared an easy checklist with current EEOC recommendations to confirm your Anti-Harassment training efforts are effective, download it here.
Podcast: How Unconscious Bias Can Lead to Claims of Harassment & Discrimination. SHIFT HR founder and employment law attorney, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq. and Social Psychologist, Carolyn Wall, PhD, discuss how our biases can lead to real risks of harassment and discrimination claims in the workplace. Carolyn provides information about the types of unconscious biases we often see manifesting in workplace situations and Katherin offers practical advise for employers who would like to mitigate their risks. Click here.
Podcast: Bias and the Brain. Social Psychologist and Unconscious Bias expert, Carolyn Wall, PhD. helps listeners understand what we mean when we talk about unconscious bias. Carolyn explains how and why our human brains are naturally designed to make quick decisions and snap judgments and how we can all learn to interrupt our biases and align our behavior with our good intentions. Click here.
Podcast: Deep Dive into EEOC Report on Harassment in the Workplace. Listen as SHIFT Co-Founders, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq. and Suzanne Cerra, Esq. discuss the EEOC’s recent recommendations for best practices for Prevention of Harassment and Discrimination training. Click here.
Podcast: Setting Priorities for 2017: why training should be at the top of your list. Listen as SHIFT Co-Founders, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq. and Suzanne Cerra, Esq. discuss how to plan your organization’s training goals for 2017 to avoid legal risk. Click here.
“Cultures just don’t happen in my experience; a workplace where performance, professionalism and the customer are valued, sets the tone. This type of course is a great supplement for any workplace.”