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PT Barnum’s quote, “There is no such thing as bad publicity” is not the case when an employee comes forward with a claim of harassment or hostile work environment and, to make matters worse, discusses the company’s handling of the situation on social media or in the press. If you’re Uber, you can hire the former Attorney General to manage the issue. But if you’re not, what can you do to get things under control? And how could your company have avoided the issue to begin with?

Join the ThinkHR team for the latest best practices and tools to prevent harassment and discrimination claims. We’ll review the key components of respectful workplace cultures for prevention and provide practical ideas for conducting investigations into claims of improper conduct to help you resolve issues when they arise.

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This webinar offers 1 HRCI and SHRM-approved credit.


     Laura Kerekes
     Chief Knowledge Officer, ThinkHR

Laura leads ThinkHR’s content knowledge and human resources service delivery teams, including the “Ask the Expert” feature in the Learn online training platform and the Comply resource center. She oversees ThinkHR’s ever-growing body of HR knowledge, including human resources, benefits and compliance programs.