The #MeToo movement has many employers uncertain about the best ways to protect themselves from sexual harassment complaints and the right way to respond after a complaint has been made. KJK’s Rob Gilmore and Kirsten Mooney will address what employers should know about this timely topic in a free webinar titled “When #MeToo Means #YouToo: What to do when you’re in the sexual harassment hot seat” on Wednesday, May 2, from 2:00 to 3:00 p.m. Eastern.
Webinar participants will gain insights into such issues as:
- How our definitions of sexual harassment have evolved in the age of #MeToo and the misconceptions that have formed around this issue
- What the law says about sexual harassment as compared to public opinion of its definition
- What to do if your company receives a complaint of sexual harassment
- Why simply creating new policies and instituting new training are not enough for a company to adequately prepare for sexual harassment claims
- How sexual harassment can create potential liability not only with employees but also with vendors, clients and subcontractors
- Concrete recommendations of the steps employers must take to understand the situation and take appropriate action
- How to create a workplace where employees feel comfortable bringing their concerns forward, allowing executives to address problems promptly before they escalate
This webinar is sponsored by Meritas, and is free and open to all interested participants. Click here to register. To learn more about how you can prepare your company for potential claims of sexual harassment, contact Rob Gilmore at 216.736.7240 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Kirsten Mooney at 216.736.7239 or email@example.com.
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