Responding to Employee Complaints: From Investigation to Resolution
How employers investigate and resolve employee complaints of discrimination, harassment retaliation and other misconduct can have a serious impact on liability, workplace morale, productivity and culture.
Take advantage of this truly unique opportunity to gain understanding and insight directly from the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH), in-house attorneys, a workplace investigator, and a mediator regarding the best ways to handle employee complaints from investigation to resolution.
- James Wu - President, NCERT
- Phyllis Cheng - Director, Department of Fair Employment and Housing - DFEH Update
Panel of Experts:
- Rob Sturm - Associate General Counsel, Corporate Litigation and Employment, CSAA Insurance Group - Moderator
- Mary Bonilla - Chief of Enforcement, DFEH - Panelist
- Christina Cordoza - Vice President, Employment Law, Ross Stores - Panelist
- Andrea Kelly Smethurst - Attorney/Workplace Investigator - Panelist
- Claudia Long - Attorney/Mediator - Panelist
September 30, 2014, 8:30 - 10:30 am
County of Alameda Administration Building, 1221 Oak Street - 5th Floor, Board Chambers Oakland, CA 94612
DRIVING DIRECTIONS http://www.alameda.courts.ca.gov/pages.aspx/court-locations-overview
From Lake Merritt BART Station: Taking the BART Fremont line, exit at Lake Merritt BART Station on 9th and Oak Street. Building is three blocks east of the BART station on the corner of 12th & Oak.
MCLE & HRCI Credits Pending
No Refunds, Substitutions will be permitted
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NCERT c/o Janis Poet
1255 Treat Blvd, Suite 600
Walnut Creek, CA 94597
Josephine Blue at (916) 478-7248 or email@example.com for more information and to request a reasonable accommodation.