“Thousands” of MTA employees did not complete New York state’s mandatory annual sexual harassment training in 2017 and 2019, the authority’s inspector general said Wednesday — and transit officials don’t expect to have full participation among their 70,000-person workforce until the end of this year.
“It is likely that thousands of MTA employees did not receive training in sexual harassment prevention in 2019 as required by State law,” the report by Acting IG Elizabeth Keating said. “MTAHQ took no action to ensure that represented employees received annual training in compliance with the new law.”
Ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the sexual harassment training law in 2018, which required
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