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HOW TO EFFECTIVELY COMPLY WITH EQUAL EMPLOYMENT

OPPORTUNITY REQUIREMENTS

The Basics and Beyond

 

This   training   provides   information   and   practical   tools   that   will   help   your supervisors fulfill their EEO responsibilities.  To help supervisors gain insight, we use real-life scenarios depicting both supervisory disasters and successes in handling EEO situations.

 

Some of the topics covered:

 

Harassment:   Sexual   harassment   is   no   more   illegal   that   any   other protected class harassment based on race, national origin, age, gender, disability, religion, sexual orientation or sexual identity.  Therefore, we train on recognizing and responding to all forms of prohibited harassment.   The importance of the supervisor’s conduct in preventing such behavior is also emphasized.

 

Disparate treatment:   Since about 50% of all EEOC charges we’ve dealt with concern   “you treated  me   unfairly  because   of   my  protected   class” claims,   we also   cover   general disparate   treatment   concerns   that supervisors and managers face with in hiring / promotional processes and disciplinary processes.

 

Complaint process: The supervisor’s role is critical in this aspect of EEO responsibilities.  Among other topics, you will learn whether there is any difference between   “formal”   and   “informal”   EEO   complaints,   how   to   respond   to “please don’t do anything” reports and the importance of documentation.

 

Retaliation:   This is an area where supervisors are vulnerable. Learn about the “teflon employee” theory, how to supervise an employee who has made a complaint and what does and doesn’t constitute retaliation.

 

This training is available in the two formats:

 

All-Day Workshop: Round-table, interactive and in-depth for managers and advisors. Suitable for up to 15 participants.

 

Lecture:   A one to two-hour “traditional classroom” training, suitable for larger groups.

 

Pricing:

Workshop:  $400.00 per person.

Lecture:   $400. per session (up to 30-40 participants per session)

 

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