We have seen troubling headlines in recent months in both the public and private sectors involving boorish, harassing and even criminal behavior being visited on employees by both peers and superiors. These actions have led to unprecedented publicity and consequences more severe than we have seen in the past. When these actions occur in the workplace, they can cause untold damage to your brand and your employee morale.
Join us for a free information session lead by Schaun Henry, Attorney at McNees Wallace and Nurick covering:
- How to address complaints and thoroughly discharge your responsibilities when complaints arise
- How to establish policies and practices to properly protect your organization and the alleged victim
- What you should and should not say to employees, and in some cases, the public about these complaints
- What are the true “limits” of some “me too” claims
- When to take steps that can help to avoid organizational liability
We hope you’ll join us for a fun, interactive session!
Please note: the session will begin promptly at 9am.
About the presenter:
A member of McNees’ Labor and Employment; Litigation; Privacy & Data Security; and Transportation, Distribution and Logistics practice groups, Schaun provides guidance for employers on unfair labor practices and other labor relations issues, as well as providing representation for employers at labor arbitrations and negotiations. He advises employers on a variety of personnel issues including hiring, termination, employment discrimination cases under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Americans With Disabilities Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and other federal, state and local issues.Back to All Events