Harassment and Retaliation Workshop 06.23.11
Cox Smith Employment and Employer Rights Workshop
Harassment and Retaliation Workshop
Emboldened by its additional funding, the EEOC has increased its hiring and stepped up its efforts in investigating Charges and initiating litigation against employers. Among the issues that are the frequent subject of Charges and draw the attention of EEOC investigators and Regional Attorneys are claims of harassment and retaliation. This workshop will provide a summary of recent cases that interpret the various claims of harassment and the statutory definitions of retaliation in the workplace. An interactive discussion of employer best practices will take place to provide employers with innovative guidelines for reducing the risk of harassment and retaliation claims and creating jury-friendly scenarios when employees complain of harassment or otherwise engage in protected activity.
Thursday June 23, 2011
Cox Smith Matthews Incorporated
112 East Pecan Street | Suite 1800
San Antonio, TX 78205
Two session times offered - See registration form
Who should attend this seminar
Human Resources Professionals
Managerial and Supervisory Employees
Ray Bissmeyer*, Shareholder
Arlene Steinfield*, Shareholder
*Board Certified in Labor and Employment Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization
Please join us on June 23rd at our downtown office in the Weston Centre building. This workshop is expected to last 90 minutes and is complimentary for up to two attendees per company. Registration for additional attendees is $75 each. For registration details and parking options, please see the registration form.
Please contact Sandra Young if you cannot access the registration form at 210 554 5390. Seating is limited to 70 per session, so please register early. Click the link below for details about how to register - please do not reply to this email.
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