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The Workplace After Harvey Weinstein & #MeToo

OVERVIEW

Business owners in organizations of all sizes are examining what sexual misconduct complaints mean for not only their workplaces but their ongoing viability. 

Join us to hear legal and communications professionals outline the steps that organizations, including in their roles as employers, should be taking to not only ensure a harassment-free environment, but also to protect their brand and viability. 

The panel will provide practical tips on what businesses need to do before, in preparation for, and if and when, they are confronted with allegations of harassment in the current  #MeToo context.  Given that all employers have employees, no organization is immune to the potential negative impact of a sexual misconduct complaint.    

 

 

 

Guest Speakers:

  • Sheryl L. Johnson, Labour & Employment lawyer and author of Sexual Harassment: A Guide to Understanding and Prevention
  • Deborah Thompson, President of DT Communications

 

Details:

Tuesday, June 5, 2018

5:00 Cocktail Reception
5:30 Presentation/Q&A 
6:30 Networking

Fogler, Rubinoff LLP, 77 King Street West, Suite 3000 TD Centre North Tower

Please RSVP to Kaley Green by Monday, May 28, 2018 at kgreen@foglers.com or 416.864.7628

 If you have questions for our panel please forward them in advance to Kaley Green.

 

 

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