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Retaliation in the Workplace: Methods to Detect, Investigate and Prevent HIRD
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Retaliation in the Workplace: Methods to Detect, Investigate and Prevent HIRD

A two-day training session focused on methods to detect, investigate, and prevenmt HIRD in your workplace.

9/25/2014 to 9/26/2014
When: 9/25/2014
8:00 AM
Where: Loews Annapolis Hotel
126 West Street
Annapolis, Maryland  21401
Contact: Tanya Garde Welsh
512-913-8026


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Retaliation in the Workplace:
Methods to Detect, Investigate and Prevent HIRD
Presented By: Billie P. Garde, Clifford & Garde LLP





Registration Rate

Member: $575    Non-member: $600

Program Agenda
Thursday, Sept. 25 - 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday, Sept. 26 - 8:00 am - 4:00 pm 

Hotel Information
Loews Annapolis Hotel
Reservation Cut-off: August 29, 2014

Online Reservations: Loews_IndustryRates
Reservations Call : 1-800-526-2593
Group Code: NAE914
Group Rate: $159

Online Reservations: Loews_GovRates
Reservations Call : 1-800-526-2593
Group Code: NAEG21
Group Rate: $121

Program Description
This course is designed to provide Employee Concern Program and Human Resource managers and professionals with tools to determine if retaliation is a factor in a specific employment dispute or within a work environment.  The course will begin with the outline of employee’s rights and responsibilities to express concerns that may impact the environment, public health and safety or other regulated work place issues.  The degree of time spent on the basics of employee rights and management’s legal responsibilities will depend on the level of experience of course participants.    
 
Following basic employment law orientation, the course will focus on investigative techniques for responding to specific complaints of harassment, intimidation, retaliation or discrimination (HIRD) as well as assessments of work environments that are the subject of multiple HIRD issues.  Attendees will develop investigative work plans designed to determine whether there is evidence of HIRD or the existence of a "chilling effect.”  The course will provide basic definitions and explanations in the employment law field as applied to specific case scenarios.  Actual cases will be utilized as training tools.  
 
Completion of the course should prepare attendees to receive and respond to allegations of HIRD, develop an investigative plan, and collect necessary information to form conclusions and recommendations.

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