- Acquire a foundation to develop skills in employment law
- Build expertise to effectively handle employee concerns
- Gain details on the latest federal, state and local EEO and AA laws
Solutions Through Practical Knowledge
Understand the complex issues surrounding EEO/affirmative action laws and obligations of employers. Participate in this interactive training to learn to identify potential issues that can address federal, state and local laws, and requirement. Topics include discrimination, harassment, affirmative action, managing ill and injured workers, family/medical leaves, wage and hour, labor relations, safety and privacy/social media.
EEO, AA and HR managers and professionals who want to gain expertise in employment law, managing the internal EEO complaint and investigations process.
Employee Internal Investigations: Part I must be taken before Internal Investigations Note-taking and Reports and Advanced Employee Internal Investigations: Part II.
The latest in-depth information on federal, state and local EEO and AA laws (e.g., Title VII, ADEA, ADA, Executive Order 11246). Topics include discrimination, reasonable accommodations, illegal harassment, retaliation, the relationship between EEO laws, AA and diversity, and the interplay of FMLA and ADA.See course description, find available dates, and register
Develop current and essential knowledge of affirmative action legal requirements and plans for government contractors – or employers who voluntarily establish affirmative action initiatives. Learn from an extensive case study and panel of experts.See course description, find available dates, and register
For EEO/HR professionals and managers, prevention is the key to maintaining a productive workplace and avoiding illegal harassment on the job (sexual, racial, religious, ethnic, age, disability, etc.). This interactive workshop examines legal and policy concerns, and best practices for facilitating respect and dignity in the workplace.See course description, find available dates, and register
Part I: Learn a step-by-step approach for conducting investigations and developing resolutions. Topics include: investigator’s role, interviewing, managing emotional employees, confidentiality, information-gathering techniques, when to involve an attorney, and identifying outcomes. Prerequisite: CO100, CO111 or CO353See course description, find available dates, and register
Part II: Through extensive practice, gain advanced skills for handling complex employee investigations, such as serious policy violations, EEO and compliance. Topics include: thorough investigation methods, strategies for avoiding common errors and the necessary steps for creating and implementing outcomes. Required: CO231See course description, find available dates, and register
Internal investigation notes, documentation, summaries and reports have come under heightened scrutiny. An investigation may be at risk if the supporting information and reports are not well written. Practice effective note-taking techniques while developing skills in writing fair, neutral reports that uphold findings. Prerequisite: CO231See course description, find available dates, and register