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Reducing Risks for Employers in the Aftermath of the “Me-Too” Movement Workshop
October 2, 2018 at 7:30 am EDT
Harvey Weinstein, Matt Lauer, Charlie Rose, Bill O’Reilly and others have galvanized the #MeToo movement and compelled responsible employers to learn how to reduce, if not eliminate, potential costly claims of workplace harassment. Employers need to proactively educate their employees on what to do to prevent workplace harassment and how to react in the face of such complaint if one arises in the future.
Employers should be asking their selves:
- What are you doing to optimize communication channels to make each employee comfortable in reporting any inappropriate workplace behavior?
- Exactly how should you communicate your workplace policies to your team?
- What can you do to significantly reduce the risk of costly claims being made against your company in today’s litigious environment?
Join us for our complimentary workshop to hear practical advice on these questions and more, from both a legal perspective and from a communications perspective. The interactive workshop will be led by Howard Kurman, a nationally recognized employment attorney and co-founder of the mid-Atlantic regional law firm, Offit Kurman, and Keith Scott and Rebecca Klein Scott, both principals of communications firm TALLsmall Productions. They will conduct an interactive workshop to provide Maryland C-Suite executives with proven strategies to effectively reduce the likelihood of a “Harvey Weinstein” incident arising in their respective workplaces.
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
at Offit Kurman's Baltimore Office
300 E Lombard St. Suite 2010
Baltimore, Md 21202
Networking 7:30 - 8:00 am
Workshop 8:00 - 9:30 am
MEET THE PRESENTERS
Howard K. Kurman is a nationally recognized employment attorney and co-founder of the mid-Atlantic regional law firm, Offit Kurman. Mr. Kurman regularly counsels clients on all aspects of proactive employment/labor issues. He represents employers ranging in size from as small as 20 employees to those employers with geographically disparate locations consisting of over 4,000 employees. Mr. Kurman assures, through regular contact with his clients, that they promulgate and maintain the most effective employment policies that will, to the extent possible, minimize their legal exposure in today’s litigious workplace. Mr. Kurman offers advice on employee handbooks, employment agreements, and covenants not to compete as well as confidentiality and non-disclosure agreements.
Keith Scott and Rebecca Klein Scott are principals of the communications firm TALLsmall Productions. TALLsmall Productions leads communications training sessions for such clients as MTA (Maryland Transit Authority), BGE (Baltimore Gas and Electric), Baltimore County Public Schools and Toyota on topics including navigating difficult conversations, body language, leadership, crisis communications and media training. Keith and Rebecca frequently make TV appearances, weighing in on the impact of communication in politics, news and daily life. The company name is a nod to their heights — Keith is 6'9'' and Rebecca is 5'2”.