Ohio employment law attorney addresses the #MeToo movement and the issue of sexual harassment in the workplace next Tuesday, April 10 at 7 PM before Empower U at the Empower U studio at 225 Northland Blvd., Cincinnati, OH 45246.
Here is the Empower U summary of the course:
How can an employer best protect itself from sexual harassment claims in the Harvey Weinstein era?
What are the implications of the #MeToo movement for the modern workplace?
What is “sexual harassment”? What does that term actually mean in the law, as opposed to what it means in ordinary conversation?
When is a company or employer legally responsible or liable for sexual harassment committed by one of its employees?
How does the term “hostile work environment” relate to sexual harassment?
What differences exist between sexual harassment committed by a supervisor or manager, and harassment committed by a lower-level employee?
Can an employer be held legally responsible or liable for sexual harassment committed against one of its employees by an individual who is NOT an employee of the Company?
What written policies should an employer have in place regarding sexual harassment, and how should those policies be communicated to its employees?
What does a proper internal investigation of a sexual harassment complaint look like?
How is sexual harassment analyzed when the alleged harassment involves people of the same sex?
Thanks for Steve Imm and to Empower U for bringing this important course.