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Workplace Harassment - A Primer and Refresher

Recent High Profile Situations have put a spot-light on sexual harassment issues and liability in the workplace. Although sexual harassment has been around for over fifty years, recently more and more women have been coming out with their stories and commencing lawsuits about harassment they have experienced in the workplace that has often been ignored, hidden or buried. As more and more plaintiffs begin to speak out on their experiences, HR has to be prepared and know what to do to respond to these allegations and to prevent them from happening in the first place.

While most businesses risks and liability exposure will not be reported on the network news, it is important for the viability of a business to put measures into place to avoid the pitfalls and exposure that could come with a harassment claim and lawsuit. This audio conference will update you on how to best respond to current harassment allegations that arise and on how to ensure that your organization is doing everything possible to prevent sexual and unlawful harassment in your organization.

This webinar will focus on the following:

  • Defining Types of Harassment that can occur in the workplace
  • Developing Policies and Procedures to address workplace harassment
  • Handling a sexual harassment or other harassment Complaint
  • Understanding your obligations regarding confidentiality
  • How to respond properly to allegations of sexual and unlawful harassment in the workplace
  • Your legal obligations under the law to prevent harassment in your workplace
  • Myths and Realities about sexual harassment

Presented by:

Gregory Metzger, Esq.

Of Counsel, Reminger Co., L.P.A.

Greg's practice focuses on labor and employment matters, contract disputes, licensing and regulatory issues, real estate and zoning matters, and risk management and insurance issues.

Prior to joining Reminger, Greg served as in-house counsel for two companies and prior to going in-house, Greg practiced law in a law firm. Greg’s in-house experience was Operations Counsel for Atria Senior Living Group, Inc. and for Res-Care, Inc., both national companies with operations in more than 28 states. In this capacity, he handled a variety of legal matters but focused heavily on labor and employment issues.

He has experience before the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and before state and local EEO administrative agencies. He also created and implemented corporate Human Resource Policies and Procedures and training programs for Res-Care and Atria.

Recognized as a Super Lawyer by Kentucky Super Lawyers Magazine

Price: $175.00