Best Employer Defense Training Series 2012
Federal District Judge, Greg Frizzell, speaking at the Tulsa County Bar Association's Annual Luncheon, said that employment-related lawsuits continue to be the most frequently filed claims in federal court. Judge Frizzell's feedback is consistent with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission's (EEOC) statistical data, which reported that claims of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation are off-the-charts high for a second year in a row. Of all employment claims, EEOC reports that retaliation claims are filed the most. And they can be the most difficult to defeat.
What are you doing to train your leaders to know and implement best employment practices for avoiding costly employment claims? Register now for Doerner Saunders' "Best Employer Defense Training Series." The next session, "How to Avoid Retaliation Claims," will be held Wednesday, October 10, from 11:30 to 1:00 at the Tulsa Country Club. Lunch is provided, along with materials and HRCI credit. November's session covers "How to Discipline and Discharge without Fear of Suit," and will be held November 14, same time, same location. For details and to register, email email@example.com.
August 8 How to Avoid Harassment Claims
September 12 How to Avoid Discrimination Claims
October 10 How to Avoid Retaliation Claims
November 14 How to Discipline & Discharge without Fear of Suit
December 12 How to Avoid Disability Discrimination Claims
January 9, 2013 How to Avoid Costly Payroll & Benefits Claims
The cost includes lunch, beverages, training materials, certificate of completion, sample policies and forms, and HRCI credit
For the Entire Series
$399 (just $66.50 per session, per person). Receive $66.50 off by inviting two or more friends who register for the Series.
$299 (just $49.83 per session, per person) if three or more from the same organization register to attend.
For Individual Sessions
$79 per person. Receive $10 off by inviting two or more friends who register for a session.
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