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Webinar: Mandatory Harassment Training: What Employers Need to Know

Please join us on October 3, 2017 1:00 pm (10:00 am, Pacific Daylight Time) for a webinar to discuss this growing trend and to ensure that your practices and policies are compliant. Avoiding harassment claims continues to be one of the most significant issues facing employers.  While many savvy employers are proactive in training their employees to act in a way that minimizes the risk of having a harassment complaint filed, a growing number of states (and some cities) have begun to pass laws mandating training.  California, Maine and Connecticut have led the way with Delaware and New York (and New …

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Sexual Harassment Victims: Why Don’t They Speak Up?

The news is flooded with reports of sexual harassment and victims finally coming forward after decades, for some, of silence.  Why?  Having cut my teeth on sexual harassment laws and regulations since the early 1980s and watched its ups and downs, one dynamic has remained consistent.  Victims do not come forward when the harassment first occurs.  Employers invest in training programs for all employees to educate on what sexual harassment is and what the complaint process is and assure employees that retaliation is forbidden.  It is that last aspect of the program that simply does not ring true for many …

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