Claims for abusive conduct (workplace bullying), and allegations of Subtle Bias, were relatively unknown to most employers only a few years ago but now appear with increasing frequency. Abusive conduct has recently been defined by AB 2053, which requires preventative anti-bullying training. Subtle Bias is often undefined, but is broadly characterized as practices or actions that seem neutral or not intentionally discriminatory, but are alleged have damaging effects - such as enabling stereotyping or unconscious bias. Using examples from recent cases and media, this webinar focuses on helping participants to navigate these hot-button issues as Investigators or advice counsel.
Meyers Nave invites you to attend our complimentary webinar focusing on best practices for investigations, including:
· Identifying abusive conduct vs. job-related supervision
· Understanding evidence of subtle biaa
· Assessing claims of stereotyping, societal privilege and discrepancies
When: Wednesday, May 13 at noon PST
Duration: 1 hour (includes 10 minutes for Q&A)
Cost: No fee to attend Location: Log-on instructions will be emailed to you 24 hours prior to the webinar.
RSVP: Please register by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 11.
The webinar has been approved for one hour of MCLE credit by the State Bar of California. Meyers Nave, a Professional Law Corporation, is a MCLE licensed provider. PN #10416