TLNT Webinar

Let’s Get Real About Sexual Harassment

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Sexual harassment is a big concern in workplaces today and many people are realizing it is worse than we thought. Reading above the fold about high-profile allegations of sexual harassment can spawn more questions than answers for your organization.

For example, what do you do if one of your senior leaders is harassing someone? How can your organization support #metoo employees who may be experiencing mental health issues, including PTSD?

In addition to the above topics, our upcoming webinar will cover sexual harassment frameworks and other areas harassment can occur, such as when engaging with vendors and clients. The conversation will also touch on the role of social media as it relates to this topic.

Bring your questions and join employment attorneys Eric B. Meyer and Heather Bussing for a lively, practical, and down-to-earth discussion of current sexual harassment issues.

For a deeper dive into these issues TLNT will be hosting the Workplace Harassment Summit on January 29th in New York City to explore what HR can do to stop sexual harassment at work. Learn more and join us.

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Presented by:

Eric B. Meyer

You know that scientist in the action movie who has all the right answers if only the government would just pay attention? Eric B. Meyer, Esq. gets companies HR-compliant before the action sequence. Serving clients nationwide, Eric is a Partner at FisherBroyles, LLP, which is the largest full-service, cloud-based law firm in the world, with approximately 210 attorneys in 21 offices nationwide. Eric is also a volunteer EEOC mediator, a paid private mediator, and publisher of The Employer Handbook (, which is pretty much the best employment law blog ever. That, and he's been quoted in the British tabloids. #Bucketlist.

Heather Bussing

Heather Bussing has practiced employment law in California for 30 years. She also teaches internet law and regularly writes about the intersection of people, technology and work for the HRExaminer and ADP's HR blog Spark.