New season with an answer to #metoo

New season with an answer to #metoo

by Cristina Mendonsa May 23, 2018

PRESS RELEASE: 

Sacramento, CA May 23, 2018– Sexual harassment, retaliation and discrimination are all over the news cycle and MyCEcourse.com is responding with its first offering, an HR instructional show, to kick off the company’s new season of CE, MCLE and HR films.

“We are proud to have the endorsement of several industry leaders including the law firm of Wilson Elser.  This program breaks ground in the area of instruction with the quality of the production and the timeliness of the material.”

–Executive Producer Michael Aberle  

MyCEcourse.com has partnered with industry leaders in HR, Employment Law, Insurance, Film, Journalism and academia to produce a new season of shows that hit required curriculum points and serve as accredited continuing, legal and HR education. The first show focuses on harassment, discrimination and retaliation in the workplace and takes supervisors and employees through the required training hitting all curriculum points with stories that engage and bring a deeper understanding to the issues and potential liabilities.  The program covers all new California law related to the LGBT community. A trailer of the program can be viewed here: www.mycecourse.com

MyCEcourse.com was awarded HRCI (Human Resources Certification Institute) recertification accreditation and is endorsed by the LGBT community.

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If you would like more information about this topic, please contact Mike Aberle at 916-519-1850 or email at mikea@mindmeldstudios.com.

 




Cristina Mendonsa
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