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Managing Harassment Claims

August 19, 2015 @ 7:30 am - 9:30 am

Breakfast & Brain Power delivered by Cultural Chemistry

As you work as an attorney or a seasoned HR Professional you know as no other how important it is to follow a structured approach to harassment claims. You understand that you have to protect the company as well as the victim from further damage done by the alleged harasser.

Have you ever felt that the relationship between the two persons could not be salvaged and at the end, one or both of the other people leave the organization? Wouldn’t it be great if you could prevent lay-offs, further disruption of productivity and create a good working environment for all involved?

Mirjam IJtsma, founder of Cultural Chemistry, will spend the morning with us explaining how she works with attorneys to prevent further damage to the organization, secures the all so important research and then at the same time:

  • Understand what is the underlying issue of the broken relationship of the victim and harasser
  • How to gain buy in to get the harasser fully supported back into the organization
  • Reduce the risk of claims from the victim
  • Start to work on improving the relationship between the victim and the harasser.

Over the last year Mirjam worked on a few claims that prevented the victim from filing a claim against the company and improved the relationship between both the victim and the harasser in such a way that the company culture changed and the victim and harasser  both became advocates of preventing harassment in the organization.

This event should not be missed by anybody interested in building great cultures!

Due to limited space this event is only open to professionals working as Legal Council, HR Professionals and Business Owners.

Details

Date:
August 19, 2015
Time:
7:30 am - 9:30 am

Venue

Cultural Chemistry
150 Dow St
Manchester, NH 03101 US

Organizer

Cultural Chemistry
Phone:
603 623 3633
Website:
www.culturalchemistry.com