- Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
- Recent Developments in Employment Law for Wisconsin Employers
- FMLA: Administering the Federal and Wisconsin Family and Medical Leave Acts
Mallery & Zimmerman, S.C. is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.
Live One-Hour Audio Program…
Sexual Harassment in the Workplace
Silence Breakers: How many are going to break the silence in your organization?
Presented by: Attorney Deborah A. Krukowski
1 SHRM PDC; 1 HRCI credit applied for; 1 Wisconsin CLE credit applied for
Time Magazine’s 2017 Person of the Year, “The Silence Breakers,” and the “Me Too” movement have opened the floodgates for claims of sexual harassment, and courts are finding companies liable for turning a blind eye, or having a perceived corporate culture of retaliation. What can you do to protect your company?
Are you ready for the “Me Too” sexual harassment movement?
- How to develop an effective written policy and procedure for reporting;
- Ways to be proactive in combating harassment before it happens;
- The necessity of implementing sexual harassment training for employees;
- How to conduct an effective investigation;
- The importance of and mechanics of maintaining adequate and accurate documentation; and
- When can ongoing harassment turn into a retaliation claim.
I will also examine recent examples of workplace sexual harassment, including:
- Harvey Weinstein sexual harassment and assault scandal
- Sexual Harassment in Congress including Sen. Franken and Rep. Conyers
- UConn Health liable for clinician’s sexual harassment of dental assistant on 12/20/17
- Iowa Senator employee fired in retaliation for complaints awarded $2.2 mil in damages on 8/24/17
- Urban Outfitters liable for failure to address harassment by employees and customers on 12/19/17
- Chief Justice for the 9th Circuit, Kozinski, resigns on 12/18/17 amid harassment accusations
- Sexual harassment in media including Charlie Rose, Matt Lauer, Kevin Spacey, and Mark Halperin
- Fox News harassment claims including Bill O’Reilly ($32 mil settlement) and Roger Ailes
What do your employees think of your harassment policies and procedures?
How can you avoid claims of retaliation after receiving sexual harassment complaints?
January 31, 2018 – Live Audio Program, 1:00pm – 2:00pm CT
$179 per phone line (you may have unlimited listeners from the same company on one phone connection)
Call (414) 727-6254 for details, or e-mail Cheryl Racine.
2018 Dates Coming Soon…
Recent Developments in Employment Law for Wisconsin Employers