FROM THE HR EXPERTS AT HR SPECIALIST
Curing The Lawsuit Epidemic-
with Mindy Chapman’s HR ‘Booster Shot’
Practical Strategies and Best Practices to Avoid Employee Lawsuits!

 

 

“A heyday for employee lawsuits.” New York Times

“Bias charges surge as firms shed workers.” Business Insurance

“Job bias claims hit all-time high—up a whopping 26% since 2006.” The HR Specialist


The headlines and stats speak for themselves. Never before have employees been so quick to pull the lawsuit trigger—and that puts your organization (and your career) in jeopardy.

Compounding the risk, the EEOC has become more aggressive in 2009 than ever before in pursuing discrimination lawsuits against small employers and for smaller violations.

“In the past, the EEOC was going after the $25 million cases. Now they’re going after everybody for everything,” says Mindy Chapman, a nationally recognized employment law attorney and author of the popular Case in Point blog.

Don’t get caught in this lawsuit “perfect storm.”

Mindy explains—in her trademark entertaining style—what the EEOC is targeting and how your organization can fly under the Commission’s radar, in the audio recording Curing The Lawsuit Epidemic—with Mindy Chapman’s HR ‘Booster Shot.

Mindy is one of the top-rated speakers at HR conferences across the country. And this briefing was rated as one of the top sessions at last year’s Society for Human Resource Management’s annual conference. Mindy shares the secrets about:

  • Where employers are most vulnerable to employee lawsuits in today's economy—and how you should build your defenses immediately.
  • The essential changes to policies and procedures needed to avoid employment liability in 2009 and 2010.
  • The latest legal developments that every HR professional should be aware of
  • Practical lessons you can apply today from 10 recent lawsuit rulings.
  • The meaning of “DITO DITA” and why you should post this motto on your wall.

This fun, skill-building session is a perfect way to get up to speed on the newest employment-law threats and solutions.

Don’t be caught with your CEO asking, “How did this happen?” Join this powerful training session to help build your wall against discrimination and employment lawsuits. You’ll laugh—and you’ll learn.

Sincerely,




Pat DiDomenico
Editorial Director, HR Specialist

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 About the Speaker:

Mindy Chapman, Esq., is a nationally recognized authority and trainer on U.S. employment law issues. She is the author of the popular Case in Point blog and a contributing editor to the HR Specialist: Employment Law newsletter. She is president of Mindy Chapman Associates LLC and founder of the acclaimed “Workplace training that clicks and sticks”. She is highly regarded for her fun, practical and memorable training sessions. She is also the co-author of the best-selling book, Case Dismissed! Taking Your Harassment Prevention Training to Trial.

Mindy has been acknowledged by federal compliance agencies and Fortune 100 legal departments as a master trainer, course designer and keynote speaker. She’s also been the legal project manager for numerous landmark nationwide EEO training initiatives under consent decrees in high-profile class actions.

Credit Hours:

Listening to this event qualifies as 1.25 recertification credit hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI).

Who Should Listen:
  • Executives
  • HR professionals
  • Supervisors and managers
  • Business owners

Pricing:
Audio recording (CD or mp3 with presentation materials) only $197

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