wed29sep9:00 am10:30 amMoved OnlineHR Boot Camp: Creating a Culture of Respect – Best Practices to Prevent Employment Discrimination and HarassmentPart 4 of 59:00 am - 10:30 am Webinar Event Organized By: ABC of Wisconsin
Merit shop principles are rooted in assuring individuals the greatest opportunity to succeed in their work and to be rewarded on that basis. A business’s opportunity for success is multiplied
Merit shop principles are rooted in assuring individuals the greatest opportunity to succeed in their work and to be rewarded on that basis. A business’s opportunity for success is multiplied when it fosters an environment that maximizes every teammate’s chance to succeed. That is also the law. This session will review the local, state and federal laws that prohibit discrimination and harassment based on an individual’s immutable characteristics, provide best practices to avoid prohibited conduct in the workplace, and go further to articulate the organizational benefits that are realized when management promotes a culture of inclusion and genuine respect.
About the Human Resources Boot Camp Series
ABC of Wisconsin is offering a five-part boot camp series on human resources fundamentals through Zoom for our members this fall. The sessions, presented by ABC of Wisconsin member firms, will run weekly from 9 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. beginning Sept. 8. Attendees can register for any of the sessions for $25 each or all five for $100. For details on all sessions and to register, visit https://www.abcwi.org/hr-boot-camp-registration/.
Speakers for this event
A member of Husch Blackwell's Real Estate, Development & Construction team, Josh leads the firm’s Construction practice. Josh has represented clients for more than 29 years in the complete array of construction services and litigation. Josh provides contractors, designers, owners and developers with tremendous experience and knowledge in all areas of construction. Josh trains companies in his own version of best practices he has named "Breachless Execution." The Breachless program implements the Law in Action approach taught at the University of Wisconsin Law School. Josh helps clients and industry groups appreciate the benefits realized if all parties to a project understand their obligations, execute their responsibilities, collaborate on problem solving and minimize the disruption caused by disputes. Additionally, as an American Arbitration Association Arbitrator Josh uses that experience as a foundation to leverage his exposure to a variety of construction challenges when helping clients avoid risks in project performance.
(Wednesday) 9:00 am - 10:30 am