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HR Guide to Sensitive Subjects Course

Learn How to Address Sensitive Subjects at Work

 

An HR Guide to Sensitive Subjects course includes four of the most popular webinars on touchy workplace issues. Topics range from personal hygiene and attire to office romances.

 

Lesson 1: Addressing Personal Hygiene Problems in the Workplace: Legal and Practical Issues

Lesson 2: How to Manage Office Romances, Investigate Sexual Harassment

Lesson 3: Tattoos, Sandals, Yarmulkes: Increasing Legal Challenges for Dress and Appearance in the Workplace

Lesson 4: Managing Political Speech at Work in a Polarized Era

 

Credits: 5.25 HRCI®, 5.25 SHRM


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Join thousands of professionals who choose HRdirect® and Clear Law Institute for practical and engaging continuing education. Get 24/7 access on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Enjoy learning with courses provided by leading experts who are also engaging speakers. Learn at your own pace with a year’s access to these top rated courses.

Join thousands of professionals who choose HRdirect® and Clear Law Institute for practical and engaging continuing education. Get 24/7 access on your computer, tablet, or smartphone. Enjoy learning with courses provided by leading experts who are also engaging speakers. Learn at your own pace with a year’s access to these top rated courses.

Webinar 1: Addressing Personal Hygiene Problems in the Workplace

Credit: 1.5 HRCI, 1.5 SHRM

90 Minutes

Few situations are as uncomfortable for an employer as dealing with workplace hygiene issues. Poor hygiene can have a negative effect on clients, customers, and co-workers. It is important for an employer to respond appropriately when presented with these situations.

In this practical webinar, you will learn about:

  • Steps to take when hygiene problems affect the workplace
  • Developing an appropriate policy on personal hygiene
  • Workers’ rights under the ADA and the Civil Rights Act of 1964
  • Where to begin: how to address the problem
  • Having the “dreaded B.O.” conversation
  • Accommodating employees with body odor
  • How to provide training in personal hygiene
  • Setting appropriate expectations and documentation

 

Webinar 2: How to Manage Office Romances, Investigte Sexual Harssment, and Navigate New Sexual Harassment Laws

Credit: 1.25 HRCI, 1.25 SHRM

75 Minutes

In this practical webinar, you will learn how to navigate office romances in the #MeToo environment. Among other things, you will also learn:

  • How to navigate 2019’s sexual harassment laws
  • How to conduct a sexual harassment investigation
  • How to navigate a sexual harassment settlement in the wake of #MeToo

Webinar 3: Tatoos, Sandals, Yarmulkes: Increasing Legal Challenges for Dress and Appearance in the Workplace

Credit: 1.25 HRCI, 1.25 SHRM

75 Minutes

From the length of one’s hair, to the number and location of visible tattoos, to recognizing gender non-conformity style, to creating a summer dress code, employers are facing an increased need to determine their organization’s culture and policies, while also ensuring compliance with federal and state laws. How does an organization balance employees’ rights to express themselves with the organization’s right to determine its legitimate business needs, while maintaining an inclusive work environment? It is critical that human resources professionals and managers understand the importance of a dress code free of discrimination to ensure all job candidates and employees are treated fairly and equitably.

 

Webinar 4: Managing Political Speech at Work in a Polarized Era

Credit: 1.25 HRCI, 1.25 SHRM

75 Minutes

In our current political environment, addressing political speech can seem like a difficult and multifaceted topic for both employers and employees. Specifically, what, if any, political conversation in the workplace is acceptable or appropriate? A recent survey has found that a significantly increased percentage of employees are feeling stressed and strained as a result of increased political speech in the workplace since the 2016 presidential campaign. Employees have also reported that the negativity and divisiveness associated with the campaign have caused them to be less productive. It also interferes with their ability to get work done. In addition to this, some employers have gone as far as firing employees for their Facebook posts and pictures related to politics. Political speech at work is more complex than we likely have given consideration—as such, organizations will benefit from getting a strong handle on the complexity with our contentious political divide. If political speech is not handled well by the organization, it risks lawsuits, absenteeism, and turnover.

In this practical webinar, you will receive a detailed overview of managing political speech in the workplace. You will learn about the complex laws and regulations that employers should be mindful of when navigating political speech at work and setting the tone of political discussions at work, if any, including:

  • The National Labor Review Act (NLRA)
  • Title VII
  • Civil Rights Law

You will also receive guidance on how to ensure that your political speech at work fits into your organization’s overall diversity and inclusion strategy.

 

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Clear Law Institute is a recognized provider of recertification credits with the HR Certification Institute® (HRCI®). Please use the course number on your certificate to submit a course for credit.

Clear Law Institute is a recognized provider of recertification credits with SHRM. Please use the course number on your certificate to submit a course for credit.

 

Dr. Steven Meilleur

Senior Risk Consultant

Poms & Associates

 

Dr. Steven Meilleur has more than 35 years of professional experience in human resources management in the public sector and the private non-profit and for-profit sectors. Currently, Dr. Meilleur is a Senior Risk Consultant for Poms & Associates. He is also a faculty member at the University of New Mexico School of Public Administration and Webster University.

 

Chris Conti

 

Chris Conti dedicates his practice to providing clients with sophisticated legal solutions in the ever-changing field of labor and employment law. Throughout his career he has vigorously defended unionized and non-unionized employers in a variety of matters, including single-plaintiff wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination and retaliation lawsuits, complex wage and hour class actions and traditional labor disputes. In addition to his litigation practice, Mr. Conti is well-versed in handling labor arbitrations, union organizing drives and unfair labor practice charges before the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB). Mr. Conti served as an extern for the Honorable John A. Houston, District Court Judge for the Southern District of California. Mr. Conti attended law school at the University of San Diego, California.

 

Susan Strauss

 

Dr. Susan Strauss is a national and international speaker, trainer, author, and consultant. Her specialty areas include management/leadership development, organization development, discrimination, and communication, and she trains and consults with virtual managers and teams. She is the author of over 30 books and publications and has appeared on national and international TV and radio programs. She has her doctorate in organizational leadership.

 

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