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Family responsibilities discrimination against employees because of their family caregiving responsibilities, whether conscious or unconscious, is becoming a major issue for employers.
SHRM credit available
The Department of Labor has updated the sex discrimination rule for the first time in over 40 years - make sure you are up-to-date.In its latest effort to identify and remedy perceived sex discrimination in the...
Recognize the risk of discrimination in the workplace and learn strategies to prevent discrimination before lawsuits happen. All employers are faced with complaints of discrimination in the workplace.
Gain a better understanding of discrimination claims that are made by employees and could cost and time for employers. Discrimination claims made by employees cost companies time and money.
ASA, CLE, HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Take the appropriate steps to handle employee discrimination claims and protect your company from legal issues.Responding to employee complaints of discrimination is one of the most challenging duties of an HR...
Gain a better understanding of the Human Rights Act amendments and what to expect in the future.The Missouri legislature has passed a bill that makes sweeping amendments to the Missouri Human Rights Act, including...
Are you prepared for the new Illinois sexual harassment and discrimination law?The Illinois Legislature passed key legislation in 2019 that will forever change how Illinois employers manage harassment and discrimination...
CLE, HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Identify major issues with smoking discrimination and understand how they can impact policy discussions and implementation in the workplace. Employers have multiple issues to address that concern or involve the health...
Understand what an employer may lawfully require regarding employees' appearance.Anyone who says that appearance doesn't matter in the job market and in the workplace hasn't kept up on their reading.
CLE, SHRM credit available
Proving Glass Ceiling Discrimination You believe your employer didn't promote you because of a protected characteristic - now what? The next step is to consider whether to file a complaint in court.
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