The EEOC task force reported in June that corporate harassment training has generally not changed workforce behavior.
The headlines continue to show a flurry of workplace harassment situations. And to cap it off, many employees regard corporate harassment training as a “check the box” activity without connecting the training to corporate values.
Maximize your ROI on your harassment training investment and get positive employee relations as well as compliance.
Join our panel of experts as we discuss 5 new approaches to creating effective programs.
Panelists include Patti Perez, Council member of the California Fair Employment and Housing Council (FEHC), which issued new AB 1825 regulations on sexual harassment training; Phyllis Cheng, former Director of the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), which enforces anti-harassment laws and partners with the EEOC; and Janine Yancey, the Founder and CEO of Emtrain.
Our panel of experts will discuss:
Patti, Phyllis, and Janine will also be doing a live Q&A following the webinar. This webinar qualifies for HRCI and MCLE (CA) credit.
Discover 5 new ways to improve your harassment training while maximizing your training ROI, engaging your employees, and positively influencing your workforce. You'll also receive free guides and resources to set you and your team up for success.
This webinar has been certified for 1 hour of continuing education for HRCI and MCLE. For attending, you will also receive free tools you can use to manage your risk and create a respectful workplace.
Patti Perez: Ms. Perez practices in the areas of employment law and human resource management. A graduate of the UCLA School of Law and a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources, Ms. Perez has practiced employment law since 1992. She has worked in Mexico City directing an international judicial education program, has trained thousands of human resources, legal and other professionals, and has extensive work experience as an employment attorney and an HR executive.
In addition, Ms. Perez currently serves as a member of the Fair Employment and Housing Council and was a principal author of the updated AB 1825 regulations.
Phyllis Cheng: Originally appointed to head the DFEH by Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, then retained by Governor Jerry Brown, Phyllis is well respected by both sides of the political aisle and enjoyed a reputation as a hard-working public official who improved the DFEH during a budget crisis by implementing innovative business concepts. Currently, Phyllis has a practice at DLA Piper, where she focuses on employment policy, legislative, and business development issues that concern companies in California.