NYS Anti-Harassment Training for Nonprofit Board Members & Small Businesses

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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) will hold this session once per year for non-profit board members.

**If more than 10 members of your organization need this training, there may be a more cost-effective option for you! Contact us here for more information. 

GTM Payroll and HR. 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.


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

Intended Audience:

Nonprofits Board Members
Small Businesses Under 10 Employees


Presented By:

Caprice Reader,

Senior HR Consultant Manager

GTM Payroll and HR

Caprice Reader serves as Senior Human Resources Consultant within the Central NY Region. With nearly 15 years of comprehensive human resources experience, Caprice is a trusted advisor to her clients and colleagues. Caprice’s areas of expertise include internal policy and procedure compliance review, HR audits, workplace investigations, mediations, employee relations, and training and development. As a well-regarded compliance specialist and lead of GTM’s handbook division, Caprice monitors multi-state legislative amendments and policy proposals, ensuring her clients and fellow colleagues are on the forefront of relevant changes.

Caprice’s natural leadership and detailed orientated ethic is evident as a respected strategic business partner. She provides her clients with proven best practices while offering creative and innovative solutions that align with the entities business and operational needs.

Caprice is a Senior Certified Professional (SHRM-SCP) through the Society of Human Resource Management and a Professional in Human Resources (PHR) from HRCI.  After receiving extensive workplace investigative training, Caprice was granted an AWI-CH Certificate by the Association of Workplace Investigators. As a certified mediator, she volunteers for the EEOC. Additionally, Caprice sits on the Executive Board of Directors for the Central New York Chapter of SHRM.

Caprice earned a B.S and MBA in Business Administration with an emphasis in Human Resources Management from SUNY Oswego. When Caprice is not working with clients, she enjoys traveling for good food and spending time with her husband and their two dogs.


Through the Finger Lakes Grant Information Center, you can…

  • gain access to the Foundation Center databases listing of over 140,000 foundations and over 4 million grants.
  • find answers to your questions about statistics that address issues of local concern.
  • attend the workshops, forums, and panels of interest to you, scheduled throughout the year, on topics ranging from fundraising to social media to nonprofit sustainability and board governance.
  • meet with our Grant Supervisor to find the answers to your questions regarding access to information that will help you be successful in your pursuit of funding.

For More information on FLGIC click here.

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