SAHRA Presents The Annual Legal Series!
The Evolution of Harassment in the Workplace
Presented by: Palmer Kazanjian
Tuesday, May 21
Registration/Breakfast at 7:45 AM
Presentation 8:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Harassment in the workplace is a constantly evolving issue with courts and legislatures passing significantly more laws that not only prohibit this behavior, but place ever increasing burdens and liabilities, on employers to educate on and minimize potential workplace harassment that employees are subjected to. This presentation will define and provide an overview of what kind of behavior constitutes workplace harassment. In addition, examples of workplace harassment will be provided to help facilitate understanding of what supervisors and employees alike should be on the lookout for. Other topics that will be covered include recently enacted legislation, an employer’s obligations for providing workplace harassment training, and potential liabilities that employers face in dealing with workplace harassment.
Larry Kazanjian has practiced employment law for more than 25 years and has represented employers in litigation of discrimination and wrongful termination matters. His litigation experience includes dozens of jury trials in the representation of defendants. Mr. Kazanjian’s general employment law practice involves the daily rendering of practical advice assisting clients of all sizes with employment issues including wage and hour law, harassment and discrimination, compliance with ADA/FMLA requirements, compliance with INS regulations governing I-9 forms, preparation of personnel manuals, drug/alcohol policies and other preventative measures.
Alexandra Asterlin is a Partner at Palmer Kazanjian, and joined the firm in 2016. Ms. Asterlin represents local and national businesses in courts throughout California and in matters involving the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), and the California Division of Labor Standards Enforcement (DLSE). Ms. Asterlin litigates matters involving contracts, business torts, and unfair competition. Ms. Asterlin has extensive experience conducting workplace investigations, including those involving claims of harassment and discrimination or retaliation, whistleblower claims, wage and hour violations, workplace violence, employee misconduct, and poor performance.
Member Rate: $59
Non-Member Rate: $79
Bundle Ticket (Save 25%!) - Includes access to all four sessions of the SAHRA May Legal Series: $179
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All registrations are considered pending until payment is received by SAHRA. Confirmations will be sent upon receipt of payment. If payment has not been received in the office at least seventy-two (72) business hours in advance of the event, your registration will be considered canceled.
Cancellations must be received in writing to the SAHRA office 72 business hours prior to the event in order to receive a refund.
This program will be approved for two SHRM professional development credits
and two HRCI California credits
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