EEOC Southeast Region Virtual EEO Seminar
Thursday, September 17th / 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM (EST)
Hosted by the U.S. EEOC Miami, Atlanta, Birmingham and Charlotte Districts ($295.00 per person)
You can count on EEOC to discuss trending topics and provide valuable information that will help you avoid legal liability and enhance your effectiveness as a leader! This premier virtual event will provide authoritative discussions and best practice tips to address the most compelling issues gripping today’s workplaces. Topics to be covered include the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)@30: COVID-19, Accommodations and Retaliation; The Legal Landscape and Implications for Employers; Acting Now for a More Inclusive Future; and a Labor Law Panel: What You Need to Know. This event is an absolute must for every employer, director, HR representative, general counsel, business owner, union official, attorney or other individual who needs critical information to steer clear of legal landmines and stay in compliance with the laws! Learn here from the experts! SHRM and HRCI credit have been approved. CLE credits are pending for Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Virginia. For further details and registration, please CLICK HERE.
Washington Field Office EEO Virtual Seminar
October 22, 2020 / 10:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. (ET)
EEOC Legal Updates Part I
Debra Lawrence, Regional Attorney, EEOC Philadelphia District Office continues with updates from recent and significant cases to help employers learn and apply the law in their workplace. Learn what you need to know to comply with the law.
Mediations Conducted Virtually: How and Why It Works
Everything you ever wanted to know about EEOC’s mediation program and why it’s such a winning option for your company or government agency. Learn why mediation can work even during a pandemic. Your presenters include, Michael Anderson, ADR Coordinator, EEOC Washington Filed Office and Kathryn Brown, Administrative Judge, Washington Field Office
When Current Events Enter the Workplace: Creating a Safe Workplace for Employees
In light of current national events conversations, civility and respect in the workplace is more important than ever. Anthony Bobo, Deputy State Director for Natural Resources in the Eastern States Office of the Bureau of Land Management, Author and EEOC Washington Field Office Outreach and Education Coordinator, Monica Colunga, will explore how these conversations can occur as well as tools that employers should know to create a positive and safe workplace.
EEOC EEO EDUCATION CONSORTIUM (EDCON) OPEN HOUSE
September 25, 2020 2:00pm – 3:30pm EST
ABOUT THIS EVENT
Join us as EEO practitioners come together and learn about EdCon and the advantages of membership. Experience the strength of our diverse community and enjoy some great conversation.
There are limited seats for the Open House and you must Register.
This event includes an opportunity to learn about the advantages of EdCon membership. Each Committee breakout room will have a designated Guest Host who will discuss the ongoing work of the identified EdCon Committee. You may choose to move around during the event if you wish to explore all breakout rooms.
Check out our EdCon Committee Breakout Rooms:
I. EdCon Standardizing the EEO Profession Committee
Learn the advantages to establishing standards within the EEO Profession. This Committee is exploring a myriad of methods through education, testing and assessments that may serve to standardize and further the professionalization of the EEO field.
II. EdCon EEO Engagement Committee
The EEO Engagement Committee will provide members of the federal EEO community with opportunities to strengthen bonds, share information, and learn from one another.
III. EdCon EEO Education Committee
The EEO Education Committee, is focused on identifying and providing top-notch educational offerings to help EEO practitioners build on existing skills, while developing competencies in key areas.
For more information, go to www.eeoc.gov.