October 5, 2018

Roundtable Discussion via the Internet: Navigating LGBTQ+ Issues in the Workplace


Roundtable Discussion via the Internet: Navigating LGBTQ+ Issues in the Workplace
Source: Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S 

Noting that employers face a shifting patchwork of state laws and significant conflict between federal court interpretations of existing protections against employment discrimination and harassment that at least potentially shield LGBTQ+ applicants and employees, Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S  is offering a complimentary Webinar on Thursday, October 25, 2018, 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM EDT.*

WK indicates that the ways in which these applicants and employees may be negatively impacted by workplace biases, both obvious and subtle, continues to evolve. As a result, many employers are uncertain about how to navigate LGBTQ+ issues that may arise in their own workplaces. 

This roundtable discussion will cover:
  • Who are the applicants and employees we are talking about?
  • Knowing LGBTQ+ discrimination when you see it
  • Dealing with gender fluidity
  • Proactive measures to prevent discrimination
  • How to handle discrimination complaints
To register for this complimentary Webinar click on:
http://learn.wolterskluwerlr.com/LP=1796?cm_mmc=Eloqua-_-Email-_-LM_Other%20Labor%20%26%20Employment%20Law%20All%202018-October%20Webinar%20LGBTQ%20Workplace%20IssuesRoundtable%20Discussion%3A%20Navigating%20LGBTQ%2B%20Issues%20in%20the%20Workplace-_-0000&elqTrackId=a7059e0e8a9e4790b9c0c3333ccd4359&elq=5f0ab4948ade4436ab642fa0e5ed3dc1&elqaid=10043&elqat=1&elqCampaignId=8105

* Participants may be eligible for 1 CLE credit - Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. is seeking CLE certificates for NY, NJ, CA, and FL. For other states, it is seeking the Uniform CLE certificates which attendees can use to obtain CLE credit. Upon completion of each webinar an informal certificate will be issued. Attendees will receive an email from Above the Law with filing instructions so official certificate can be issued for your records and attendance submission where necessary.

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