Webinar: August 21, 2014

Discrimination, Harassment and Retaliation Training for Supervisors

Presented by Christine Thelen

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As leaders, it is important for all supervisors to understand the basic legal protections against discrimination, harassment and retaliation in the workplace. Even more important, is to understand the steps that can help prevent discrimination, harassment, and retaliation, and what to do when an employee makes a complaint related to this illegal and/or undesirable behavior.

This webinar will equip supervisors to recognize problematic behavior, address illegal and undesirable behavior, and respond to employee complaints of illegal conduct in a productive and non-disruptive manner.

Learning Objectives

Understand the basic laws and regulations related to discrimination, harassment and retaliation in the workplace, including discerning between what is and is not illegal harassment.
Be prepared to address behavior that is discriminatory, harassing or retaliatory.
Learn key actions to take and to avoid in the face of allegations of discrimination, harassment and retaliation, including with employees exhibiting performance issues.

Who Should Attend

Supervisors/Managers
Business Leaders
HR Professionals

HRCI Approved Provider | Trupp HREvent Details

Date: Thursday, August 21, 2014
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Location: Online Webinar
HRCI: 1 Credits
Cost: $20

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Presenter


Christine Thelen, Manager, HR Services

Christine Thelen is the Manager of HR Services at Trupp HR, a human resources company that provides HR consulting services, HR outsourcing, recruiting, and leadership development solutions for small to mid-sized organizations in the greater Portland-Vancouver metro area.

Christine enjoys kayaking, hiking with the dog, reading thriller novels, and volunteer work. She is a member of the Portland Metro/East Habitat for Humanity Family Selection Committee and a member of the Oregon Organizational Development Network Community Consulting Project (CCP) where she assists local nonprofits with organizational development initiatives such as strategic planning, goal setting, board development, communications, staff development, and other organizational issues.

Christine’s has extensive experience assisting clients with the drafting and implementation of compliant HR policy, providing training and counsel, and a strong focus on employment law. Her portfolio includes managing and training employees and supervisors on policies and procedures, and providing practical legal advice and guidance on employment law for a variety of organizations. Christine’s background has contributed to a firm understanding of business operations and the ability to advise organizations on developing and implementing policy and process improvements.

Christine graduated from Temple University – James E. Beasley School of Law with a Doctor of Law (JD). Her undergraduate work includes a BA in Government and Economics from Claremont McKenna College.