Workplace Discrimination and Misconduct – Employer Responsibilities and Liabilities
While over a year has passed since the start of the #MeToo movement, the conversation continues regarding how employers must address workplace misconduct. Some of this conduct may include sexual harassment or interactions that impact genders or other nationalities. Employers must understand how to promptly and effectively deal with issues that involve federal and state harassment, discrimination laws and other related misconduct.
Maureen Pomeroy, an employment attorney with over 20 years experience will provide attendees an interactive and informative discussion on legal updates and best practices with handling certain workplace conduct. She will also provide some tips on handling effective investigations and what issues may require an employer to hire an outside investigator for certain discrimination and harassment matters. Ms. Pomeroy will also provide tips on effectively training workforces and implementing new or changes to existing policies.
Outline of Seminar
- Legislative Updates and Recent Court Decisions
- Steps in the Complaint Process
- Overview on an Effective Investigation
- What Happens After Investigation Is Complete?
NOTE: A parking permit will be emailed to all registered/paid participants shortly before the class date.
In-Person Class Refund Policy: 100% refund before the first class meeting; 50% before the second class meeting. No refunds after the second class meeting.
Online Class Refund Policy: In the case of a Salem State Online class, 100% refund before the scheduled start date. No refunds once the Salem State Online class begins. For all other online classes (Gatlin, Ed2go, or MindEdge) no refunds of any kind will be issued). Please call Andrea DiVirgilio at 978-542-6302 for more information