Professional Development: Employment Discrimination Overview-How Employers Can Reduce Risk
Professional Development: Employment Discrimination Overview - How Employers Can Reduce Risk
Amy’s practice as at attorney at Skelton Taintor & Abbott involves representing individual clients and businesses in commercial disputes, employment and labor law issues, family matters, as well as litigation, arbitration, and regulatory proceedings. She has been selected for inclusion in 2017, 2018 and 2019 New England Rising Stars© in the category of Business Litigation.
Brief Description: ADA, ADAA, Title VII, ADEA, EPA, MHRA, GINA—what does this alphabet soup mean? They are all employment discrimination laws that you should know about. In this seminar, we will discuss the various state and federal laws that prohibit discrimination, harassment and retaliation in the Maine workplace. You will learn what qualifies as a disability, when and how employers are required to accommodate disabilities, how to handle complaints of discrimination, and what retaliation looks like. We will also talk about how to foster an inclusive workplace so that you can retain the best employees and reduce your litigation risk.
Who Should Attend:
H.R. professionals and anyone interested in knowing more about the numerous state and federal laws that govern discrimination in the workplace
What Will You Learn?
You will leave this seminar with a better understanding of what the best practices are to reduce the risk of employment discrimination, harassment and retaliation lawsuits in your workplace.
This program is part of the LA Metro Chamber's Professional Development Series for which the Chamber charges a registration fee. The fee is not charged by the presenter.
Please note: If you wish to cancel your registration for this event, please be advised that The Chamber requires notification of cancellation at least 2 business days (no less than 48 hours before the start time) in advance of the event. Otherwise, no refunds will be issued.