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Preventing Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era: Guidance for HR
Melissa Fleischer

Please join employment law expert and attorney, Melissa Fleischer, Esq. as she focuses in on how you can prevent and mitigate harassment in your workplace by avoiding many of the major mistakes HR often makes in such cases. This seminar will also help you to ensure that you will be able to defend your organization in a court of law if any of these complaints do escalate into actual lawsuits.

Price: $299.00
Preventing Sexual Harassment in the #MeToo Era: Guidance for HR

Sexual harassment has become a major topic of conversation with more and more complaints arising in this #MeToo Era. These sexual harassment complaints have often escalated because many times HR has gotten it wrong, taken inappropriate action or maybe hasn’t handled the issue at all. Failure to respond appropriately to sexual harassment claims not only exposes your employer to tremendous liability but also risks disrupting the day to day operations of your entire company.

Please join employment law expert and attorney, Melissa Fleischer, Esq., as she focuses in on how you can prevent and mitigate harassment in your workplace by avoiding many of the major mistakes HR often makes in such cases. This seminar will also help you to ensure that you will be able to defend your organization in a court of law if any of these complaints do escalate into actual lawsuits.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN

Just a sampling of what this webinar will cover:

  • Avoid the mistake of failing to provide sexual and unlawful harassment training annually
  • Don’t make the mistake of not having a well-drafted up-to-date Anti-Harassment Policy
  • Don’t fail to distribute an Anti-Harassment Policy to your entire workplace
  • Avoid not undertaking an investigation because the complainant decides they do not want you to
  • Don’t take too long to start an investigation when an employee has complained of harassment
  • Avoid failing to take prompt corrective action if allegations of complainant are substantiated during an investigation
  • Don’t fail to adequately protect “confidentiality”
  • Avoid not protecting complainants and witnesses from any retaliation
  • Don’t forget to advise both the complainant and the accused of the results of the investigation
  • Don’t make the mistake of not disciplining the CEO or upper management merely because they hold that position
  • Never sweep harassment complaints under the rug
  • AND MUCH MORE!
Price: $299.00

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Melissa Fleischer

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Access your training anywhere, with a computer, tablet or smartphone.
  • Engaging and up-to-date training to support your career and your organization.
  • Handouts you can distribute to your board and staff.