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Benefits of Membership
Our award-winning chapter provides many services, including:
- Local networking and opportunities to get involved in chapter activities
- Best practices roundtable discussions
- Regular program meetings February through December
- Annual all day conference, typically held mid-January
- Scholarships for professional development
- Certification study group
- Job board (reduced fee for members to post)
Addressing Bullying, Threats, and Violence in 2015
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Vida L. Thomas, Esq.
Vida L. Thomas
, of Weintraub Tobin
. Vida serves as Of Counsel to the Firm’s Labor and Employment Group. As an AV-rated attorney who has practiced employment law for over 20 years, she heads up the Firm’s workplace investigations unit. She began her career at Kronick Moskovitz as an employment litigator for seven years and then co-founded Carlsen Thomas, LLP, a boutique employment law fi rm providing top-notch workplace investigations and employee training throughout California for 13 years. Also, as the Co-Chair of the Association of Workplace Investigators (“AWI”) Committee on Best Practices, Vida helped develop AWI’s “best practices” framework for workplace investigations. Vida advises employers regarding all aspects of employment law and human resources management, serves as an expert witness in state and federal employment lawsuits, and mediates litigation and non-litigation matters.
Program Goals and Objectives
We’ve all seen the news stories about disgruntled employees who commit violent acts in the workplace. But the issue of workplace safety goes beyond these sensational headlines. Increasingly, federal, state and local laws are placing greater obligations on employers to create a safe and healthy workplace. This presentation will teach employers how to implement policies and practices that prevent bullying and violence, how to recognize signs of potential workplace violence, and provide tools for preventing violence and creating a safe workplace.
- Understanding applicable laws
- Implementing effective policies
- Recognizing signs of potential workplace violence
- Steps to take when violence occurs
Who Should Attend?
- Human Resource Professionals
- Business Owners
- Business Managers and Supervisors
- CEOs and Business Executives
- Frontline Associates
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