Tuesday, February 13, 2018
When it comes to sexual harassment claims, employers must make difficult and time-sensitive decisions, sometimes with “bet-the-company” consequences. Join Sarah Lamar, Vice Chair of the Chamber’s HR Council and employment law partner with the Savannah-based law firm of HunterMaclean, to discuss how employees and employers are addressing harassment claims in the era of the #MeToo movement.
We will review the new challenges faced by employers in responding to harassment claims and explore topics such as:
-Maintaining the integrity of an investigation
-The role of social media in framing complaints and the employer’s findings
-The need for proactive training of managers and other employees
-Other measures to prevent or minimize harassment in the workplace
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear what a practitioner on the “front lines” has to say about this issue which is important to all employers regardless of size or industry.
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Contact your Local Chamber to see if they offer the 2018 HR Compliance Webinar Series to their members. You may also view the webinar in-person at our Tifton office. Contact Molly Giddens at firstname.lastname@example.org or 229.733.2974 for details.