Keep Up With the Latest Guidance and Recommended Best Practices
While the workplace seems to be returning to some sense of normalcy, many employees are still stuck juggling caregiver responsibilities with their job functions. New EEOC guidance underscores the need to protect the rights of parents and caregivers in the workplace and offers employers a road map for compliance. This legal update provides you with the latest information and best practices for managing caregivers in the workplace. Identify the importance of applying policies and practices consistently, determine how to train supervisors on EEO laws, and discover strategies for preventing discrimination claims. Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge - register today!
Get up to speed on the EEOC's new guidance.
Examine the dos and don'ts of managing workers with caregiver responsibilities.
Identify legal essentials for preventing discrimination claims.
The Latest EEOC Guidance on Caregiver Discrimination
Applying Workplace Policies Consistently: Why It Matters
Training Managers: When and How
Hiring and Managing Employees With Caregiver Responsibilities: Legal Best Practices
Best Practices for Creating and Updating Policies and Procedures
Preventing Discrimination Claims: What You Need to Know
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