Human Rights Webinar: August 30, 2016
The Minnesota Department of Human Rights is offering a free webinar on August 30 from 1-2:30 p.m. to local governments, non-profits, and local human rights commission members to explore state and federal laws regarding discrimination and common mistakes for employers to avoid.
Join MDHR as we discuss how communities throughout Minnesota experience the same challenges as many employers. From learning what is considered a reasonable accommodation to how and when to conduct criminal background checks, this webinar aims to cover many of the most asked about issues in discrimination and employment. Sign up now and have your questions answered.
- Through real MDHR discrimination cases, learn best practices in human resources.
- Understand the three key concepts in employment discrimination law: discrimination, harassment and retaliation.
- Discuss concepts to create a more inclusive and diverse environment.
- Discuss relevant community policing issues such as discrimination, recruiting diversity and reasonable accommodations for Minnesotans with disabilities.
By shining a light on discrimination, we can educate, change policies and begin to alter behaviors to reduce discrimination and create a more inclusive environment.
**Please Note** 1.5 CLE credits to be applied for, sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.