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#MeToo Round Two: New Details, New Lessons
This activity is pre-approved for SHRM recertification credits
Aaron Goldstein Dorsey & Whitney
When: January 17, 2020
Time: 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PST
Recently published details from the journalists that broke the #metoo stories in 2017 are exposing new upsetting details about these stories–particularly about how companies and their representatives abused the legal system to discredit victims and cover up crimes. These stories contain important lessons for companies and the HR Professionals that work for them.
In this session, Attorney Aaron Goldstein will discuss key lessons and implications for employment practices including: confronting blind spots, non-disclosure agreements and respectful investigations.
Learn how to go beyond mere compliance and discover how any HR leader can both serve the company’s interests and be a force for good in this very important arena by attending this webinar.