Join us for this webinar to learns tools on preventing harassment in the workplace, and to satisfy CA’s sexual harassment prevention training requirements for supervisors.
California law requires all employers of 5 or more employees to provide training to its supervisory and nonsupervisory employees on sexual harassment and abusive conduct prevention. Every two years, supervisory employees must receive at least two hours of training.
Andrew Shalauta, Partner and Chair of the employment practice at Donahue Fitzgerald, will provide an interactive and practical training, teaching supervisors essential management skills while discussing the legally required harassment related topics. The seminar will cover topics from protected categories, types of harassment, bullying, the responsibility and liability of supervisors, coworkers, and companies when addressing harassment, and best employment practices. Managers, Supervisors, and Business Owners are encouraged to attend.
About Our Speaker:
Andrew Shalauta is a partner with over 15 years of experience in practicing employment law and specializes in labor and employment litigation, and advice and counsel, for private employers, public entities, and educational institutions. Andrew focuses his practice on providing legal counsel relating to compliance with state and federal laws concerning employment, advising on company policies to reduce the risk of litigation, providing solutions for best employment practices in the workplace, and representing employers in all aspects of employment litigation.
Andrew defends employers against individual lawsuits, multi-party and collective actions, as well as numerous class actions involving complex employment law claims. In addition to his litigation practice, Andrew provides day-to-day legal advice and counsel to all levels of company management, boards of directors, and training for supervisors on applicable state and federal laws. To ensure compliance with state and federal employment laws, Andrew manages matters pertaining to:
- Wage and hour compliance and audits
- Hiring, discipline, and termination matters
- Disability, accommodation, interactive process, and related workers compensation issues
- Discrimination, retaliation, and harassment matters
- Trade secrets, confidentiality, data privacy, non-compete agreements, non-solicitation agreements, and independent contractor agreements
- Drafting and updating employment policies and employee handbooks
- Drafting and administering employment agreements, affirmative action plans, IIPP, commission agreements, and employee compensation plans
- Conducting workplace investigations and advising on related privacy issues
- Providing legal strategies for risk management of employment-related claims
Andrew also regularly speaks and conducts employment-related seminars for all levels of management, human resources professionals, and clients and presents at numerous organizations and conferences.