Sexual Harassment Prevention, LLC
 

Workplace sexual harassment:

Costs money.

Hurts reputations.

Ruins lives.

 
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Is your workplace in compliance with the law?

Connecticut’s sexual harassment laws combat workplace discrimination in all Connecticut companies, including non-profits. And students at educational institutions are protected, too. 

To help workplaces remain free from the tremendous damage caused by sexual harassment, Connecticut recently expanded its sexual harassment prevention laws through Public Act 19-16, known as “The Time’s Up Act.”  

Now, all workplaces with three or more employees must provide all employees with two hours of training (previously, only supervisors in companies of 50 or more employees had to be trained).

 
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The change I want to see is an...environment where everyone, regardless of gender or background, feels welcome and safe; where sexual harassment or discrimination will not impede great talent from producing great impact.
— Christine Tsai, CEO and Co-Founder, 500 Startups

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