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Workplace Diversity & Inclusion, and Discrimination/Harassment Prevention

  • 24 Sep 2020
  • 8:30 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Zoom Webinar


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While the country and our workplaces grapple with COVID-19, employers must still be mindful of required sexual harassment prevention training.  Sexual Harassment and/or Discrimination have not disappeared, but have evolved with current events as well to include more on-line/virtual harassment/discrimination.  In addition, workplaces must re-focus on issues of Diversity and Inclusion in the wake of additional current events. 

This program will address implicit/unconscious bias, micro-aggressions, and best practices for tackling diversity and inclusion in the workplace.  The program will also cover topics as required by California law for sexual harassment prevention training.  The program will be interactive.  Managers, Supervisors, and Business Owners are encouraged to attend.

  • To satisfy the state mandate, you need to attend live and be prepared to answer and ask questions when called on by the speaker.  Without this connection, we will not be able to mail out your certificate of completion.
  • Although we will be recording the event, watching a recording does not fulfill the requirement since you are not able to interact and ask questions.

Our speaker:

James Wu, Esq.

Since 1996, James Wu has practiced Employment Law in Illinois and California.  He provides day-to-day advice and counsel to Companies regarding HR/employment law compliance and best practices.  James also defends employers in litigation when employment law claims arise in Courts, administrative agencies, and other forums.  Many of the issues James continues to assist employers with include COVID-19 issues, leaves of absence, wage and hour, discrimination/harassment, wrongful termination, employee misclassification, independent contractor classification, and much more.  Simply, James is a trusted advisor and guardian to employers large and small.  James has been recognized (including in 2020) as a "SuperLawyer" in Employment Law in Northern California - a distinction only achieved through peer review and bestowed only to 5% of attorneys in the Northern California.  

James is located in Walnut Creek, and he is the immediate Past-President of the Contra Costa County Bar Association (served as President in 2018 and 2019), and has been on the Board of Directors for nearly a decade.  James is also a Past-President, and current Board Member, of the Northern California Employment Roundtable which is a group affiliated with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH).  

James earned his law degree from Boston College Law School, and his BA and MA from Stanford University, where he was awarded with the Dean's Award for Public Service.  To learn more about James, please visit his LinkedIn profile at


The CCCEAC is your connection to information about employment and workforce development. The CCCEAC has been in partnership with the State of California Employment Development Department (EDD) since 1980. 

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