If 2018 was the year of high-profile harassment investigations, 2019 should be the year of putting into practice what we learned from them. As scandal after scandal unfolded, employers scrambled to get to the root of the problems and mitigate the damage. We learned valuable lessons on how not to respond to sexual harassment allegations and how to conduct effective workplace investigations.
It’s important to put what we’ve learned into practice and map out a way forward for 2019. On February 28th at 2pm EST, join Angela J. Reddock-Wright, employment attorney, mediator, arbitrator, investigator and trainer as, as she reviews the lessons learned from the high-profile sexual harassment cases that shaped the news in 2018 and outlines a progressive plan for prevention, investigation and resolution.
The webinar will cover:
- An overview of newsworthy sexual harassment cases from 2018
- What went wrong and why
- How to respond effectively to allegations of sexual harassment
- How to prevent sexual harassment in the workplace
- Training every manager and employee should have annually