Employment Law Compliance Is Key To Organizational Success And Being A “Best Place To Work”

Employment Law Compliance Is Key To Organizational Success And Being A “Best Place To Work”

Employment
November 22, 2017

It is impossible to turn on the television or open your web browser without seeing the headlines stolen by another story of sexual harassment. Now more than ever, employers must be vigilant in ensuring that they have workplace policies and procedures addressing all forms of workplace conduct. Compliance training is also a necessary tool to manage risk and to ensure that managers and employees are trained to recognize and respond to workplace harassment and discrimination complaints; and when complaints are received, employers must be prepared to promptly launch an intensive investigation and implement effective remedial measures. Your Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr team is ready to assist your organization with these challenges.

To help you get started, Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr lawyers Catherine Walters and Emily Edmunds invite you to a free webinar November 28, 2017 entitled “2017 EMPLOYMENT LAW UPDATE WITH 2018 FORECAST.” This webinar is presented as part of the 100 BEST PLACES TO WORK IN PENNSYLVANIA Awards Celebration. In addition to covering sexual harassment in the workplace, Catherine and Emily will discuss leading Supreme Court cases, Department of Labor developments, new statutes and regulations and other critical issues impacting the workplace. There is no cost to register for the webinar. For more information and to register, click here.