2018 promises to be an eventful year for employment law as the President’s appointees continue to establish themselves in influential policymaking and enforcement positions. At the forefront in many workplaces is avoiding sexual harassment. Recent high-profile allegations – and resulting resignations or terminations – have led employers to assess their own liability risks, as well as the underlying organizational culture that often increases those risks.
In this workshop, Taft employment attorneys Justin Flamm and Sarah Clay Leyshock will address the best ways for management to keep the workplace free of harassment with effective policies, thorough investigations and appropriate responsive actions. They will also provide an update on new and ongoing developments under the Trump administration that will impact compliance and overall best practices in employment.
The program will be held at Taft’s Mason Conference Center and will have a complimentary happy hour immediately following.
Questions? Contact Michelle Moeller at email@example.com or 513-722-4942.