Posted: Feb 22, 2018
EANE will present on Harassment Prevention in the Workplace at the Central Mass South Chamber of Commerce on Thursday March 29th. With the rise of some high profile allegations of Sexual Harassment by politicians, Hollywood celebrities, and others coupled with the rise of the “MeToo movement”, sexual harassment remains in the spotlight nationally and is poised to be a high risk area for employers for the remainder of 2018.
To avoid the high cost of litigation, employee turnover and lost productivity due to harassment in the workplace, you need a top down prevention strategy in place no matter the size or scope of your business. In this 90-minute briefing, Mark will guide attendees through the following:
• Silence no more - survey says…
• Setting a Culture of Respect
• Reviewing your Sexual Harassment Policy
• Being prepared to investigate a complaint
• Federal & State Compliance - postings, policies and training
• Have a tool kit ready to go
Event Information: Harassment Prevention in the Workplace: Best Practices to Reduce Risk
Presented by Mark Adams, Employers Association of the NorthEast
Thursday, March 29, 8:00am-9:30am
Bay Path University
1 Picker Road, Technology Park, Sturbridge
FREE for CMS Chamber Members, $25 for non-Members.
Space is Limited! Please RSVP.
Call 508-347-2761 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to save your spot!
About the Presenter:
Mark Adams, Director of HR Solutions for Employers Association of the NorthEast
Mark Adams leads the HR Solutions team, providing services to member companies and directing programs for affirmative action, background checking, and surveys ... among others. Frequently handling real-time hotline questions, Mark is known for his ability to respond quickly and efficiently to member questions, synthesizing the facts and offering both a compelling legal perspective and the experience gleaned from two decades in the industry.
Mark is a cum laude graduate of The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. and the Western New England College School of Law where he obtained his Juris Doctor in 1992. He is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. Mark is certified as a Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR) by The Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM), which validates mastery in the field of human resource management and organizational effectiveness.