The “#MeToo” movement has
caused many employers to question what their obligations are when it comes to
preventing and remedying workplace harassment. This webinar will provide a
brief overview of harassment prevention and reporting, investigating harassment
complaints, and applying appropriate remedial actions.
Robert W. Sanders, Attorney with Husch Blackwell, delivers responsive, straightforward
and practical advice to clients. His practice includes the representation of
all sizes of employers, insurers and third-party administrators in employment
He has experience with a broad range of trial and appellate issues in
state and federal courts and before administrative agencies. Sanders is also well versed with workplace polices and handbooks; employee
discipline and discharges; discrimination claims; wage and hour disputes;
occupational health and safety regulation; restrictive covenant agreements;
grievance arbitrations; unfair labor practice charges; and labor law
Sanders is a skilled negotiator and a trained mediator, experience
that has helped him secure favorable outcomes for his clients. In his spare
time, he volunteers as a mediator at the Mediation and Restorative Justice
Center in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
Prior to joining the firm, Sanders was a legal
intern for the Milwaukee Brewers baseball club and a mediator at the University
of Wisconsin Law School’s Restorative Justice Project.
This event is free to all members of The League's HR Council. All others are welcome to register at the posted rate.