Ferrara Fiorenza PC Webinar - Workplace Harassment: The Climate Has Changed, What Employers Must Do Now
- The challenging and ever-changing nature of harassment law. From its origins in federal case law in the 1980s to the present, the definition of harassment has continued to evolve. Compliance has become a moving target. Perhaps the greatest challenge for both employers and their employees is following the difficult to decipher “code of workplace conduct” made necessary by the law. The presenters will decipher the code for you.
- A practical and useful explanation of harassment. Put the typical legal jargon aside – it’s not helping. Our webinar will offer participants an easy-to-understand-and-apply spectrum of behaviors that the law prohibits. Period. The broad range of that spectrum may surprise you.
- Best practices in this new climate. The foundation of any employer’s compliance program is a strong anti-harassment policy, comprehensive training and the ability to apply a policy’s written word effectively. Our program will explore the EEOC’s current compliance rules and provide meaningful strategies for investigating complaints; reaching proper conclusions (even in “he-said, she-said” scenarios); taking appropriate remedial action; and preventing retaliation.
Who should attend?
Owners, top managers, human resources staff, trainers and others associated with the development of strategies for managing people in your organization.
Registration and Payment Instructions
To pay by credit card, click on "Add to Cart". When the cart menu drops down, please indicate the number of connections you are purchasing (for example "3x", if three separate connections are needed; please note that multiple people are permitted to view and participate on a single connection). Enter your billing and credit card information and you will be registered. Once purchased, you will receive a confirming email from Delacroix Consulting.
A few days prior to the event you will receive an email with instructions for logging into the webinar on February 20, so it is critical that you enter your email address accurately.
Questions or problems? Please call Mike Dodd at 315-437-7600.
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