Avoiding Liability for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
The New York laws require employers to adopt policies and provide training to prevent sexual harassment.
New York State and New York City recently joined other states and local jurisdictions that have laws to stop sexual harassment in the workplace.
Evolving laws and media attention make stopping sexual harassment imperative for lawyers and their clients, especially in states like New York that require employers to adopt anti-harassment policies and training. Contact clients to make them aware of the anti-harassment laws and explain how you can help by reviewing and updating contracts, policies, training and claim procedures. Continue reading “New Marketing Pamphlet about Sexual Harassment in the Workplace”
A watermark is a subtle image permanently impressed into paper during the manufacturing process. It identifies the source of the sheet and may contain, for instance, the paper mill’s trademark or the brand name of the paper. Watermarks signal high quality paper and are symbols of authenticity and distinction in business and personal correspondence. Continue reading “What is Watermarked Paper?”