Seminars are designed to prevent
employment discrimination and reduce employer liabilities by delivering
up-to-date information on today's most important employment issues.
Examples of training seminars presented by SHAC are:
provides participants with critical skills needed for successful
supervision and presents an overview of the various employment
laws, as well as a look at the current trends from our courts.
Participants are given a concise, easy-to-understand, explanation
of the proofs and defenses in a charge of discrimination. Small
groups participate in a case study on safe hiring and eliminating
bias in the selection process.
Action seminar dispels the many myths surrounding the controversial
topic. Participants learn how to conduct statistical analyses
that not only meet state/federal compliance standards but also
comply with recent Supreme Court decisions on AAPs. This is a
practical approach that will bring clarity to a confusing area
and will assist managers in meeting their employment goals and
seminar is designed to help managers distinguish between inappropriate
behavior and unlawful behavior, and between sexual attraction
and sexual harassment. The training combines a legal briefing
with common sense steps employers can take to lessen their liabilities
by recognizing, eliminating and preventing sexual harassment in
New labor force
statistics indicate our workforces are changing dramatically and
are more culturally diverse that ever before. To manage effectively,
today's managers must be ready to deal with diversity, eliminate
barriers in communication, and provide a foundation for positive
relationships in the workplace. Small groups discuss problems
encountered in the workplace and ways of handling each problem.
With Disabilities Act of 1990
With Disabilities Act (ADA) training informs managers and supervisors
of the disabled person's legal rights in the workplace. Explanation
and discussions center on terms such as essential job functions,
reasonable accommodations, job descriptions, testing, medical
examinations, illegal use of alcohol and drugs. Proofs, defenses
and remedies are also discussed. Case scenarios are presented
and discussed, providing participants a more practical approach
to solving problems they may face in the future.