You’ve probably seen the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) report on harassment in the workplace, and the corresponding news coverage stating that employers’ harassment prevention efforts-such as training-aren’t working.
But that’s not the whole story. There’s a lot more to it.
Hosted by Sondra Solovay, Vice President of Content at Workplace Answers, this complimentary webinar features insights from Lynn D. Lieber, Esq., employment lawyer and Principal at LieberLawyers, on the EEOC’s report-including the agency’s recommendations on harassment prevention training.
Topics Covered in the Webinar
- Common myths about harassment training and why they are wrong
- What are the risk factors for harassment in your workplace?
- New approaches to training including bystander intervention and climate surveys
- How to reduce bullying and promote respect with activity training
Watch the webinar and learn about the EEOC’s recommendations for harassment prevention in the workplace.
|Lynn D. Lieber, Esq.
Lynn D. Lieber, Esq., has practiced employment law exclusively on the management side for 25 years. As the owner of LieberLawyers, Lynn engages in her true passion-workplace investigations and in-person training of employees and supervisors.
She regularly counsels employers on employment-law related matters and assists them in policy and procedure development and review. Lynn also regularly conducts educational training webinars for thousands of attendees.
Sondra Solovay, Esq.
Sondra has been teaching, training and consulting on diversity and discrimination issues for almost 20 years. She leverages her expertise to provide legal guidance and subject matter expertise to all team functions at Workplace Answers.
Sondra authored, Â‰Ã›ÃTipping the Scales of Justice,Â‰Ã›Â the first book that was published exclusively on the topic of weight discrimination and the law. She is also co-editor of the award-winning anthology, Â‰Ã›ÃThe Fat Studies Reader.Â‰Ã›ÂSondra has been honored with several awards for her legal work and has been profiled by San Francisco Attorney Magazine.