Identifying and Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Wake of #MeToo - 2018
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Who should purchase:
- Labor and employment law attorneys
- Civil rights lawyers
- Corporate counsel
- Human resources professionals
How you'll benefit:
- Learn the elements of a sexual harassment claim
- Understand why sexual harassment prevention is critical to any organization
- Discover the components of an effective sexual harassment policy
- Hear tips for conducting a fair, thorough investigation and acting on the results
Endorsed by the Labor and Employment Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin
What to do when someone crosses the line
From Harvey Weinstein to Matt Lauer, 2017 was a year of explosive sexual harassment scandals impacting people in multiple industries. As harassment accusations continue to dominate the headlines, businesses are under heightened scrutiny to quickly and effectively address workplace misconduct.
Identifying and Preventing Workplace Sexual Harassment in the Wake of #MeToo is your roadmap to help clients deal with misconduct legally and sensitively.
Receive an overview of the elements of sexual harassment claims. Understand why they present business and legal risks. Discover steps you can take to assist businesses in staying compliant and out of the headlines. Find tips for:
- Assessing a company's current sexual harassment education, policies, and training
- Drafting legally compliant policies and putting them into action
- Training employees
Also, learn how to develop investigation protocols that appropriately address reported concerns. Understand what it takes to:
- Conduct fair and thorough investigations
- Help employees document and preserve evidence
- Implement effective corrective action to remedy and prevent incidents
Take your clients from #MeToo to #NoMore. Purchase today!
About the presenters
Colin B. Good is senior counsel at the Madison office of Hawks Quindel, S.C. He focuses his practice in employment and labor law with particular experience in litigating employment issues in local, state, and federal courts as well as administrative agencies.
Mr. Good received his undergraduate degree from Lawrence University and his law degree from the University of Montana School of Law. He is a board member of the Labor & Employment Law Section and the Public Interest Law Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin.
Farrah N.W. Rifelj is a partner in Michael Best's labor & employment relations practice group and serves as the firm’s deputy general counsel. Her practice focuses on employment counseling, training, and litigation, with an emphasis on discrimination, noncompetition, and Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP).
Ms. Rifelj is a 2015 recipient of InBusiness magazine's 40 Under 40 Award. She is a regular speaker at industry seminars and has written numerous articles on employment-related topics.