The Harassment Quiz

The Harassment Quiz

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
This session will help you understand the legal parameters of sexual and other unlawful harassment, how diversity affects perceptions on what is harassment, and the key steps you should take to prevent harassment without making everything harassment.
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Track: Employment Law & Legislation

This highly interactive session will provide a practical overview of sexual and other forms of unlawful harassment. The session will emphasize the gray areas where people without bad intent sometimes get into trouble based on differences in perception. The session will discuss the perennial problem of workplace dating as well as the new problem of social media and harassment. The session also will address the affirmative obligations with which supervisors should be entrusted. Finally, special attention will be paid to how to make sure that your harassment prevention program does not create cement for the glass ceiling by creating a culture of avoidance.

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 - 7:00am to 8:15am
Presenter: 

Jonathan A. Segal

Jonathan A.
Segal

Jonathan is a partner at Duane Morris in its Employment Practice Group.

 

Jonathan provides counseling, strategic planning, leadership training, policy development and/or privileged audits in areas including harassment, pay equity, wage and hour compliance, criminal background checks, high-level terminations and investigations of misconduct.

 

Jonathan has provided training to federal judges on various employment issues across the country for 20 years.

 

Jonathan testified before the Congressional Caucus for Women's Issues on how employers can prevent and respond to harassment in Male-Dominated Jobs.

 

Jonathan was appointed by the EEOC in 2015 to its Select Task Force on Harassment.

 
Location: 
LVCC N107
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
HR Credit
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