$75 Members / $95 Future Members
Increasing MeToo reports means employers must re-visit – and in some cases re-tool – their response to reports of sexual harassment. This is especially true in the case of alleged supervisor harassment. Please join us for this 60-minute webinar to examine how MeToo reports are different from other reports of harassment and learn related HR best practices, including avoidance of an add-on retaliation claim.
Topics to be Covered:
- How a MeToo report is different from other reports of harassment
- How your treatment of these reports should differ
- Why the threat of retaliation is higher in MeToo cases
- Basics of retaliation claims
- Compliance practices to help you avoid a retaliation claim in a MeToo case
Jennifer J. Stocker is a member of Barnes & Thornburg’s Labor and Employment Law department. Her practice is national in scope. She has 30 years’ experience defending employers against litigation asserting FLSA claims, including class actions, lawsuits claiming violations of the FMLA, ADA, ADEA and Title VII, plus state law counterpart claims for discrimination, harassment and retaliation. She provides pre-litigation counseling and avoidance advice and conducts workplace investigations. She also has broad experience navigating employers through the reduction in force process, including global and complex undertakings.
One (1) credit for the MI Chamber Basic or Advanced Human Resource Compliance Certification Program.
One (1) HR (General) recertification credit hour for PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the HR Certification Institute.
One (1) PDC for the SHRM-CP or SHRM-SCP.