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A Hiring Workshop Presented by the US EEOC
In October 2017, the #MeToo movement became one of the top trending hashtags on social media. Thousands of women and men around the world used the #MeToo to help demonstrate the widespread magnitude of sexual assault and harassment, especially in the workplace. The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission expects to see an increase in complaints about private- and even public-sector workers and, so much so that a budget increase was recently approved in preparation to investigate these allegations.
The same attitudes which lead to sexual harassment can also impact hiring practices. In light of #MeToo, what does it mean to be an EEO employer? We see the words listed on job postings, “XYZ Company is an EEO employer,” but are we really doing enough to stay in compliance with the law, protect our organizations and our staff, and offer equal opportunity to all? In this workshop, participants will form hiring committees and work through a hiring scenario.
Program Level: Basic
Prerequisites: None, no advance preparation required
Instructional Method: Adult In-person classroom
Social Worker CEU Credits: 3 hours
Cost: $65 member/$115 non-member
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR
Rodney Klein graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and was hired by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission as an Investigator in 1992. Mr. Klein investigated individual complaints of employment discrimination, along with large class and systemic cases. He worked as a liaison between the EEOC and various fair employment practice agencies. And, he was the San Antonio Office’s Charge Receipt Supervisor, responsible for receiving and processing all incoming discrimination complaints. Currently, Mr. Klein is the Dallas District’s Outreach and Training Manager. He speaks to audiences about employment related matters, the civil rights statutes, and EEOC procedures, and he is a featured speaker at his office’s yearly training seminar for employers