Employment Discrimination Investigations: Getting the Nitty-Gritty Details Right

  • Class: Employment Discrimination Investigations: Getting the Nitty-Gritty Details Right
  • Run Time: 93 Minutes
  • Presenter(s): Sharon Apple, Yamilet Hurtado, Matthew Goodin
  • Class Type: On-Demand Training
  • Content Provider: LexisNexis

Description

Employment discrimination and sexual harassment complaints are a reality. You can understand the laws and implement the best-practices policies, but you can’t prevent every incident. So what do you do when an employee registers a discrimination or harassment complaint? The policies and procedures you abide by can make the difference between workplace harmony and a full-scale litigation assault by an employee or action by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Join our panelists as they detail important steps in the investigative and resolution process and discuss the latest EEOC enforcement and litigation actions, particularly as they relate to discrimination and harassment related to sexual orientation and gender identity. Learn from these in-house and outside counsels the best practices related to: UpJohn warnings• Employee and employer confidentiality• Thorough investigation and documentation• Eliciting truthful answers• Ensuring no retaliation• Faragher/Ellerth defense • Preventing and remedying discrimination/harassment• Implementing and communicating effective workplace policies• Training• Interviewing union employees.

CLE Information

CLE Credit Available

State Accreditation

State Status Total Credits Type Of Credit Approved Thru
Alabama Approved 1.50 General 12/31/2018
Alaska Approved 1.60 General On-going
Arizona Approved 1.50 General On-going
Arkansas Not Approved 0.00
California Approved 1.50 Participatory 01/13/2021
Colorado Approved 1.50 General 01/13/2021
Connecticut Approved 1.50 General 01/13/2021
Delaware Approved 1.60 General 07/31/2018
District of Columbia CLE Not Available 0.00
Florida Approved 2.00 General 03/01/2019
Georgia Considered Upon Request
Guam CLE Not Available 0.00
Hawaii Approved 1.50 General 06/30/2019
Idaho Considered Upon Request 0.00
Illinois Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2019
Indiana Approved 1.60 General 08/31/2018
Iowa Not Approved 0.00
Kansas Approved 1.50 General 08/31/2018
Kentucky Approved 1.50 General 06/30/2018
Louisiana Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2018
Maine Considered Upon Request 0.00
Maryland CLE Not Available 0.00
Massachusetts CLE Not Available 0.00
Michigan CLE Not Available 0.00
Minnesota Approved 1.50 General 08/03/2019
Mississippi Approved 2.00 General 07/31/2018
Missouri Approved 1.90 General On-going
Montana Pending State Response 0.00
Nebraska Not Approved 0.00
Nevada Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2020
New Hampshire Approved 1.60 General 06/30/2020
New Jersey Approved 1.50 General 01/13/2021
New Mexico Approved 1.60 General 01/13/2021
New York Approved 1.50 Skills On-going
North Carolina Approved 1.25 General 12/31/2018
North Dakota Approved 1.50 General On-going
Ohio Not Approved 0.00
Oklahoma Approved 2.00 General 08/01/2018
Oregon Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2020
Pennsylvania Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2019
Puerto Rico CLE Not Available 0.00
Rhode Island Approved 1.50 General 06/30/2018
South Carolina Considered Upon Request
South Dakota CLE Not Available 0.00
Tennessee Approved 1.55 General 07/31/2018
Texas Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2018
Utah Pending State Response 0.00
Vermont Pending State Response 0.00
Virgin Islands CLE Not Available 0.00
Virginia Considered Upon Request
Washington Approved 1.50 General 01/13/2021
West Virginia Approved 1.86 General On-going
Wisconsin Not Approved 0.00
Wyoming Approved 1.50 General 07/31/2018
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Class Information

    Employment discrimination and sexual harassment complaints are a reality. You can understand the laws and implement the best-practices policies, but you can’t prevent every incident. So what do you do when an employee registers a discrimination or harassment complaint? The policies and procedures you abide by can make the difference between workplace harmony and a full-scale litigation assault by an employee or action by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Join Sharon Apple of Nestlé,

Prerequisites