We'd like your opinion on how we can improve the effectiveness of our policies and procedures that address sexual misconduct.
To share your suggestions and/or feedback, make an appointment with Mary Morton, affirmative action officer/Title IX coordinator at 518-587-2100, ext. 2265, 2 Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, or send  via email to mary.morton@esc.edu.

Resources

Empire State College Title IX Training - June 2013 (PDF  229kB)

Know Your Rights: Pregnant or Parenting? Title IX Protects You from Discrimination at School PDF

  • U.S. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights (www.ed.gov/ocr)
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Office of Safety and Security

Sexual Harassment Prevention: What All Employees Need to Know

The Governor's Office of Employee Relations has a one-hour, online course designed to engage participants in a realistic, practical dialogue about what needs to be done and the approaches and techniques to be used to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace. Topics include:

  • The terminology associated with sexual harassment
  • Recognizing how sexual harassment can affect the employee and the workplace
  • Identifying situations and behaviors that could be perceived as sexual harassment
  • How to apply specific strategies for preventing and eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace
  • A supervisor's obligation and responsibility to create and maintain a harassment-free work environment.