Speaking Engagement

#MeToo? #NotHere! Practical Guidance to Minimize Risk of Discrimination and Harassment Claims

Presented by the Chemung County Chamber of Commerce

Chemung County Chamber of Commerce
400 East Church Street
Elmira, NY 14901

September 24, 2019
9:00 am - 10:30 am

HSE Labor and Employment attorneys Jeff Calabrese and Amy Hemenway will be presenting at the Chemung County Chamber of Commerce on September 24, 2019.

Program Description: In this #MeToo generation, harassment and discrimination complaints are on the rise. Is your organization prepared to respond in the event of a complaint? Can you create a culture to help avoid them all together? How do you inform employees of their rights without creating risk for complaints? Find out now! 

Hear from two seasoned employment litigators and counselors on how to minimize the risk of discrimination or harassment in your workplace and learn the best ways to deal with concerns if they do arise. The discussion will touch on the recent 2019 amendments here in New York, which has some of the most restrictive harassment prevention laws in the nation. Presenters will also cover New York's new salary history and voting leave requirements if time permits.

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