Oct 7, 2019 12:00 PM
Workplace Harassment & Discrimination PreventionAdd to Calendar
Few topics have dominated the headlines the last few months like workplace harassment. Yet, for every one story that is reported, countless instances remain unreported.
Today’s workplace is a melting pot of cultures, religions and abilities. It's important to know what forms harassment and discrimination can take, so that your business can avoid a costly and time-consuming claim. What’s the definition of harassment? What laws protect employees from discrimination in the workplace?
Join us on MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, as we learn the policies and procedures you should implement in order to keep a harassment or discrimination claim at bay.
PRESENTER: Karen Galipeau Forner is the founder and managing member of K-Solutions Law in Bellevue. Karen represents employers in the areas of workers' compensation, workplace safety, administrative appeals and employment law. She is a frequent presenter at continuing legal-education seminars and to employer groups.
From 1993 to 2007, Karen worked at the Washington State Attorney General's Office where she was the program advisor for the Industrial Discrimination Programs (WISHA) and the program advisor for the Workers'-Compensation Self-Insurance Program. Karen also litigated complex WISHA, Industrial Insurance, third-party and Crime-Victims Compensation Act cases.
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