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Sponsored by Lorman Education
Product ID: 405988EAU
 
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Sexual Harassment in the Construction Industry

OnDemand Webinar (89 minutes)

Gain practical advice on how to development and implement an effective anti-harassment program.Employee claims of workplace harassment and discrimination are expected to increase following the sensational stories surrounding Harvey Weinstein, Al Franken, Matt Lauer and other high-profile individuals. This topic will offer practical advice to construction employers on how to develop and implement effective anti-discrimination and anti-harassment programs. The material will discuss recent EEOC Guidance and other best practices for construction employers on how to make prevention programs more effective and to create the right workplace culture.

Authors

D. Albert Brannen, Fisher & Phillips LLP

Agenda

Blueprint for Compliance in the Construction Industry

Some EEOC Charges Precede Litigation

• FY 2017 Statistics

Employment Litigation Can Be Expensive

Relevant Policies

Key Definitions

• Discrimination

• Harassment

• Retaliation

Four Categories of Harassing Behavior

Retaliation Is Prohibited by Many Laws

Internal Complaint Procedures for Construction Employers

Training Is Important

Audiences for Training in the Construction Industry

• Managers

• Supervisors

• Employees

Training Logistics in the Construction Industry

Documentation of Training

Investigating and Resolving Complaints

Practical Teaching Points for Construction Employers

• 10 Common Mistakes Supervisors Make