Virtual Learning: Anti-Asian Discrimination & Harassment in the Workplace in the Wake of COVID-19
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As employers reopen across the state, and for those who have remained open, it is important to recognize situations involving anti-Asian discrimination against their workers of Asian descent as a result of COVID-19, originating in China. Employers will learn about the types of harassment that such individuals are experiencing not only in the workplace but also in public as well. This program will highlight the importance of awareness, education and communication as well as what steps employers should be taking now to prevent the impact of this stigma and to address anti-Asian discrimination in the workplace.
Our learning objectives for the event will be:
Awareness of Issues Facing Employees of Asian Descent
How Employers Can Prevent Discrimination & Harassment
Steps to Address Discrimination & Harassment
This program has been approved for SHRM and HRCI recertification 1.0 credit hour.
May 4, 2020
Program 12:00-1:00 PM
Virtual Event- webinar link is provided in registration confirmation email
Free to everyone
In addition to a successful general litigation practice, Amy Kullik has administrative and litigation experience in all aspects of public and private sector labor and employment law. She counsels employers on litigation prevention, human resource management, health and safety issues, and proactive compliance strategies for federal and state laws.
Ms. Kullik develops and conducts training and compliance seminars for employers, managers, supervisors and employees and defends employers in cases involving allegations of discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation and wrongful discharge, as well as wage and hour disputes. She provides legal advice regarding day-to-day issues impacting organizations relating to labor and employment, including medical leave and job accommodation issues, performance management and termination, union avoidance, and harassment investigations. Amy also advises on compliance with federal and state labor laws regarding wage and hour issues, safety issues, and discrimination and provides legal defense regarding employment-related claims made under federal and state discrimination and harassment laws, both in court and administratively with the EEOC and OCRC.
She is currently admitted in the U.S. District Court, Northern and Southern Districts of Ohio, U.S. Court of Appeals, Sixth Circuit and the U.S. Supreme Court. Amy frequently lectures on employment law and mentors law students and new lawyers.
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