Sexual Harassment has been a major workplace issue for years, and also in recent news. Practices that were prevalent at Uber Technologies, where it is reported that a culture of sexual harassment and offensive remarks made to female employees was common, are not issues we want to face in our own workplaces.
On July 26 and 27, the Georgia Employers’ Association will be presenting a special workshop that will address various topics that are important to Georgia employers today, and one of the selected topics is the importance of maintaining a workplace culture that avoids the employee that is void of issues with harassment and discrimination. Lawyers from Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete will discuss this topic and offer their recommendations to assist employers.
Solutions and best practices for today’s important workplace issues, such as keeping the workplace from of harassment and discrimination, social media compliance, maintaining positive employee relations, and more will be addressed in our comprehensive and in-depth 2-day workshop.