Avoiding the Dangers of Handling Sexual Misconduct in the Workplace
February 14, 2018 (Wed)  10:00 AM  US/Eastern

• In the wake of #metoo and #timesup, what do employers need to do differently when it comes to sexual misconduct in the workplace? This timely, multi-part webinar series will provide employers the latest practical guidance for preventing and addressing sexual harassment in the workplace.
• In this first installment of this webinars series, "Should #Metoo and #TimesUp have Employers Rethinking their Sexual Harassment policies?" [or should it be: "Employers Should Rethink their Sexual Harassment Policies after #MeToo and #TimesUp"], you will learn:
o The importance of having an effective harassment policy
o What makes an effective harassment policy, including how to define and identify workplace harassment
o Common pitfalls in harassment policies and how to avoid them
o Effective communication of your policy to your workforce
o Effective harassment training and education strategies
• Future installments in this webinar series will cover responding to complaints of harassment, including the components of an effective investigation, and resolution of complaints of harassment.


Lynn Reynolds recently joined the law firm of Faruki Ireland Cox Rhinehart & Dusing. Her practice complements the firm’s litigation expertise by providing employment and compliance counseling to businesses. During her more than 15 years as an in-house counsel for a FTSE 100 company, Lynn regularly advised senior executives and human resource professionals across the US and globally on wide variety of employment matters. She also was responsible for the implementation of various internal policies, training, compliance and technology programs. She brings with her a breadth of experience and distinct perspective of having been both an advisor and client to develop strategies and solutions that are tailored to each business’s unique system and culture.

Amber Justice-Manning is a litigation attorney with more than ten years of experience in a broad range of areas including class action defense, employment law, breach of contract, wage and hour, and other business torts. She brings to bear unique instincts and understandings developed from multiple years of litigation experience, coupled with her experience as a law clerk to a federal district judge in the Southern District of Ohio.

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