There are countless off-the-shelf training programs you can show your employees to educate them on harassment, discrimination or other laws. Cherie’s training programs are different. Every training is customized to the organization to address the specific company culture and difficult issues in their workplace. Sessions are always interactive, whether virtual or in person, providing current examples and opportunities for employee engagement. One of the elements that makes Empath Employment & HR Law’s trainings so impactful is that they are delivered by an employment law attorney who has seen these scenarios play out firsthand in the courtroom. Real scenarios and current events are used to give employees a better understanding of their roles and responsibilities.
Impactful diversity training is best achieved with live presenters and interactive workshops. Empath Employment & HR Law provides this training and often partners with experts in the field, such as livingHR, to develop a customized, comprehensive, and holistic program, to maximize the impact in the workplace. Learn more about livingHR here.
Harassment training is essential, and even required by law in some jurisdictions. Cherie provides training programs for supervisors, managers and executives to ensure they understand harassment laws and can identify other types of unacceptable and improper conduct in the workplace. Training programs are also available for non-management level employees. All sessions include a discussion regarding reporting, confidentiality and non-retaliation.
Cherie can also provide a variety of other employment law trainings for your workplace. In addition to harassment and EEO training, Cherie has conducted a variety of beneficial training programs to clients, including “train the trainer” presentations. These can significantly improve workplace relations and mitigate risk by educating supervisors to become aware of their legal obligations. Topics can always be customized, but supervisor and HR trainings have included how to conduct investigations, handling employee accommodations and leave requests, interviewing and hiring, and documentation and discipline.
Wage and hour issues
FLSA exemption and independent contractor reviews
Job applications, employment offers and onboarding documents
Employment and independent contractor agreements
Non-compete and other restrictive covenants
Job applications, background check authorizations and other screening documents
Separation and severance agreements