Transforming #MeToo into Harassment-Free Workplaces

Transforming #MeToo into Harassment-Free Workplaces

by Cristina Mendonsa June 13, 2018

The US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's Select Task Force on the Study of Harassment in the Workplace reconvenes this week in Washington DC and they've got a lot to discuss.  

"Transforming #MeToo into Harassment-Free Workplaces" will be open to the public and witnesses will chat with experts to suggest how employers can and have worked to prevent and stop harassment. 

It is an important time for businesses to be pro-active or risk losing their most talented employees due to poor culture or risking litigation. We can help.  At MyCEcourse.com we have gathered industry leading HR, legal and insurance professionals to not only teach best practices, we have the certification of HRCI and endorsements from organizations and industry associations are coming in now that we've launched our first season of shows.

We would love to help you improve company culture, inform employees of their responsibilities and keep you compliant with all California law on sexual harassment training.   This is one of THE issues in HR this year and myCEcourse.com is here for you...we're educating the world's professionals.

 

 

 

 

 

 




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