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Preventing and Addressing Sexual Harassment: Understanding the Law and Avoiding Liability


10/6/22 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm CDT

Event Description

These days, allegations of sexual harassment seem to surface on an alarmingly regular basis, and employers should be taking notice. All employers must diligently work to prevent sexual harassment, and when it does occur, employers must be poised to respond immediately and appropriately.

During this webinar, we’ll address the following questions:

  • Where’s the line? Exactly what constitutes sexual harassment? When should an employer step in?
  • How should an employer respond to complaints of sexual harassment to limit the company’s liability?
  • What harassment prevention training is required? What should it include?
  • Where has traditional harassment prevention training been lacking?
  • How can an employer stop harassing behavior before it starts?
We’ll leave time for a Q&A session.


Judy KneiszelJudy Kneiszel, Editor – Human Resources , J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.

Judy conducts research and creates content on a variety of HR-related topics, including labor law posters. She specializes in issues such as recruiting and hiring, onboarding and training, team building, employee retention, and labor relations. Judy also edits the Essentials of Employee Relations manual.

Terri DoughertyTerri Dougherty, Editor – Human Resources, J. J. Keller & Associates Inc.

Terri, SHRM-CP, PHR, specializes in information on employment law posters, drug testing, wellness, and the Family and Medical Leave Act. She joined J. J. Keller in September 2011 and oversees the editorial content of its employment law poster line. Terri is also the editor of the Living Right: Health and Wellness Awareness Program.


Kevin DruleyKevin Druley

Kevin is associate editor of Safety+Health and co-host of the magazine’s “On the Safe Side” podcast.