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Becoming Aware of EEO Laws and Procedures

Managers and agency leaders are always hopeful that a group of employees will not file an equal employment opportunity (EEO) grievance against them. But in the unlikely event that it does happen, would you know what to expect? Are you familiar with the laws that fall under Equal Employment Opportunity? Do you know who the EEOC is? Do you know what your organization is responsible for with respect to EEO? A lot of managers don't know the answers to these questions, but they definitely should. Luckily, we can help.

Benchmark Training's course on Becoming Aware of EEO Laws and Procedures is designed to help you know what your agency is responsible for with respect to its size, practices and employees. This course is important to all organizations who do not want to find themselves paying fines for not adhering to Federal government regulations.

What You Will Learn:
How to become versed in the requirements all agencies must meet
How to respond if a claim is filed against your organization
How to interpret more than a dozen of the HR-related federal legislative pieces
Who the legislation applies to
To be aware of special requirements that your organization must provide
How to be disciplined about following equal opportunity employment principles
About situations in which you or your organization are liable for discrimination
How to prevent discrimination claims
How to lawfully hire and fire employees

How You Will Benefit:
By learning how to avoid paying costly fines
By being more sensitive to the needs of your employees
By creating a work environment where harassment does not exist
By providing a better work environment for employees, creating a more efficient work place
By not getting bogged down in the hassle of claims that could have been avoided

Who Should Attend:
This course is designed for managers, HR administrators and leaders of organizations who need to further their understanding of EEO laws and procedures.

Program Length: Half Day or One Day

Complementary or Add-On Programs:
1) Understanding, Recognizing and Valuing Diversity
2) Sexual Harassment Awareness and Prevention

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