When

Wednesday, September 25, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM EDT
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Where

Cayuga County Chamber of Commerce 
2 State Street
Auburn, NY 13021
 

 
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Contact

Jessica Wrench 
Finger Lakes Grant Information Center 
315-252-7291 
jwrench@cayugacountychamber.com 
 

FLGIC Seminar:

NYS Sexual Harassment Training  for Non-Profits and Small Businesses under 10 employees

About:

Under New York State guidelines, every public and private employer is required to adopt a sexual harassment prevention program which includes annual sexual harassment training, sexual harassment policies, and specific procedures that meet or exceed the requirements outlined in a model notice provided by the NYS Department of Labor and the Division of Human Rights. 

We know the cost of this can be a deterrent for smaller organizations so the Finger Lakes Grant Information Center (FLGIC) is sponsoring three opportunities for non-profits and businesses with less than 10 employees can receive this training free of cost.  The first 45 to 50 minutes will be for the employee portion and another 20 minutes for any one wishing to take the supervisory portion.

July 10th - 8am
August 22nd - Noon (Bring a bagged lunch if you like)
September 25th - 10am

Pinnacle Human Resources Consulting, LLC. has developed a training program that adheres to the NY State guidelines to ensure that all employees and supervisors receive compliant training by applying examples to real-life scenarios, as well as utilizing learnings into their daily work-life.

Outcomes:

Each participant will meet their annual requirement for the sexual harassment training (Individual Contributor or Supervisory).  Participants will be e-mailed a certificate of completion upon completion of the training.  

Intended Audience:

Non-profits
Small Buisinesses under 10 employees

Presented By:

Caprice Reader 
MBA, PHR, SHRM-CP 

Pinnacle Human Resources

Pinnacle Human Resources, LLC was established on November 1, 2009. We were formerly a member firm of The Bonadio Group and have continued to service our clients since 2005.The Pinnacle Human Resources staff is comprised of some of the most experienced human resources consultants and staffing professionals in the country.Since 2005, we have provided HR consulting services to over 4,000 clients. We offer customized HR support services that encompass the entire HR delivery system. There is almost no project we can’t do. Pinnacle is client-focused, and we keep adding HR support programs based on client needs. We have a scalable team of internal consultants all available in a “just in time” basis.Caprice Reader is a seasoned professional with over ten years of human resource management experience with a diverse background of industry experience in the manufacturing, retail, hospitality and the consumer service industries.Caprice currently consults in the areas of staffing and selection, HR strategic planning, managerial procedures, employment law compliance, HR audits and policy handbook creation, long-term HR projects including HR Director support as well as training and development, serving both virtual and on-site clients in the Central New York area.Caprice is a certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), as well as a certified Professional from the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM-CP). She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration (concentration in Human Resources Management), as well as Master of Business of Administration (concentration in Human Resources Management) from SUNY Oswego. She is a member of the Board of Directors for the Central NY Chapter of SHRM and chairs the Programming/Events Committee, as well as an active member of the National Chapter of SHRM and an active member of the Central NY Association of Talent Development.

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