Preventing harassment begins with promoting diversity and encouraging respect and acceptance at all employee levels. Gain the practical skills to identify, manage and prevent sexual and other unlawful harassment, including real world examples of behavior that meet the definitions of unlawful discrimination and retaliation. Discuss tips for mitigating your risk and creating a positive workplace culture with shared ownership and accountability.
- Review the EEOC definitions and examples of unlawful harassment, discrimination and retaliation
- Understand employer obligations for responding to and investigating complaints
- Develop strategies to prevent workplace harassment and retaliation
Who Will Benefit
- New and emerging leaders with little or no prior training or experience in managing others
- Experienced managers interested in staying abreast of employer compliance and best practices
- HR professionals and organizational leaders looking to develop a positive and respectful workplace as well as ensure effective risk management
Thursday March 16, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
7401 SW Washo Ct.
Tualatin, OR 97062
HRCI – 2.75
SHRM – 2.75
About the Presenter
Senior HR Business Partner
As of July 2015, Rich serves as a Senior HR Business Partner. He originally joined the Xenium team in December 2008 as a Human Resource Business Partner following his relocation from Vail, Colorado back to his home town of Vancouver, Washington. Rich brings with him 12 years of progressive human resource experience. His background includes sales, customer relations and human resources within the ski resort and software industries, including exposure to the PEO industry from the client’s perspective.
HR Account Representative
Eva Maribona joined Xenium in July 2015 as an HR Representative. Eva supports a team of HR Account Managers in the coordination of various HR products and services provided to multiple clients including human resource guidance/compliance, training coordination, employee handbook and job description development, wage surveys, onboarding, and employee relations. Eva also acts as a third party for employee complaints and assists in problem resolution as well as conducts open enrollment meetings for Section 125, 401k, Medical and Dental and other benefit programs.