Who should attend
- Entry-level to senior HR professionals
- Global HR managers
- Employee relations managers
- Generalists seeking to move into a specialized role
- EEO, compliance and security professionals conducting internal employee-related investigations
About the course
Gain the latest in-depth information on federal, state and local EEO and AA laws, guidelines and court decisions. Discuss the impact of discrimination, reasonable accommodations, harassment, medical conditions, leaves and retaliation on an organization’s policies, procedures, and daily operations. Learn about the interplay of EEO, AA and, diversity & inclusion.
Understanding the impact and importance of EEO laws in the context of your daily work is critical to your success.
In this course, you will discuss EEO/affirmative action laws and obligations of employers; recent legislation and court decisions; guidelines; compliance agencies' interpretations; and the impact of EEO laws on an organization's policies, procedures, and day-to-day operations. Online networking opportunities will be available.
Key Course Takeaways
- Examine the scope of employment laws that impact organizations, including strategies and preventive actions related to legal issues and policies
- Identify questions to ask about potential legal issues and their relationships to policies
- Discuss the impact of recent legislation and court cases defining employer-employee rights and obligations
- Discuss case scenarios with practical implications of the laws in day-to-day HR operations
- Review best practices and cases from employment lawyers
- Apply new concepts and skills through small and whole group case-study role plays, activities with feedback, discussions, Q&A, and sharing of best practices
Susan Brecher, currently the Director of HR Dispute Management and Resolution Certificate and Curriculum/Training Design is an employment practices attorney and expert in training and curriculum design for both online and classroom based workshops. She has broad experience in advising, consultin...
Employment Lawyer and Employee Relations professional, who helps businesses and individuals to identify and resolve workplace issues before they result in litigation. Legal advice, provided through an employee relations lens, offers individualized solutions for clients in the four key areas of: D...
Gayle F. Wasserman, Esq. is a management-side employment attorney and human resources consultant with over 18 years of experience. Since establishing her own private practice, Wasserman Law, in 2004, Gayle has regularly counseled clients throughout the New York tri-state area on a variety of emp...
Experience Owner Company Name The Chandler Group Cornell University, ILR School Adjunct Instructor Company Name Cornell University, ILR School Dates Employed2001 – Present Employment Duration18 yrs Vice President, Diversity Company Name The McGraw Hill Companies Dates Employed1995 – 199...
PETER M. STEIN is a Member of the Firm in the Employment, Labor & Workforce Management practice of Epstein Becker Green. Based in the firm's Stamford office, where he serves as the Managing Shareholder, he represents both national and regional employers in all aspects of labor and employment ...
Ida Chen is the first Asian American female to serve as a judge in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Appointed in 1987 by Governor Robert Casey, she has been a member of the Family Court in Philadelphia since 1988. Judge Chen was born in Hong Kong and immigrated from Indonesia. She is an Adjun...
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