8:30am -10:00am - The EEOC Harassment Report
This program has been submitted to the HR Certification Institute for review.
Providing an overview of the Select Task Force report with practical tips you can implement in your organization to help you lead a respectful workplace.
Created in January 2015, the Select Task Force was comprised of 16 members from around the country, including representatives of academia from various social science disciplines; legal practitioners on both the plaintiff and defense side; employers and employee advocacy groups; and organized labor. The Select Task Force reflected a broad diversity of experience, expertise, and opinion. From April 2015 through June 2016, the Select Task Force held a series of meetings - some were open to the public, some were closed working sessions, and others were a combination of both. In the course of a year, the Select Task Force received testimony from more than 30 witnesses, and received numerous public comments.
The Select Task Force members and witnesses moved beyond the legal arena and gain insights from the worlds of social science, and practitioners on the ground, on how to prevent harassment in the workplace. We focused on learning everything we could about workplace harassment - from sociologists, industrial-organizational psychologists, investigators, trainers, lawyers, employers, advocates, and anyone else who had something useful to convey to us.
Because the focus was on prevention, the Select Task Force did not confine ourselves to the legal definition of workplace harassment, but rather included examination of conduct and behaviors which might not be "legally actionable," but left unchecked, may set the stage for unlawful harassment.
At the end of the session, participants should be able to:
• Define the current status of HR metrics practices
• Compare transactional analysis to strategic contribution and the role of technology
• Identify and understand the spectrum of possible measurements:
o Increasing value from single data elements to decision support
o Lagging indicators
o Leading indicators
• Describe how to tell stories that bring meaningful information to thoughtful action
• Describe how to move from activity and transactional reporting to Human Capital Planning
There is no fee to attend this session.
This form is for HR Professionals external to MCCCD to use for registration. MCCCD employees need to register using HCM, course #002832, Session 0001.