CDF Webinar: The Legal & Practical Issues to Discussing Diversity & Inclusion in the Workplace
Companies throughout the nation are navigating discussions in the workplace following the death of George Floyd and the ongoing protests. To assist business owners in facilitating conversations that invite employees to share and explore their own perceptions and help improve their workplace and their community, while at the same time minimizing potential legal issues, CDF has put together a powerful and complimentary webinar that will be conducted by Partner Todd Wulffson and guest presenter, Anita-Polite-Wilson, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of Dr. Anita Enterprises, Inc., a leader in change management.
During this hour and a half webinar, Dr. Anita and Todd will discuss the following:
- The legal, economic and intangible benefits to diversity and inclusion in the workplace
- Why conversations about diversity and inclusion can be uncomfortable
- Bypassing race relations and building relationships
- Placing blame v. raising awareness & self-reflection
- Overview of the current legal climate regarding various claims of harassment and discrimination
- How to navigate these conversations in the workplace without getting sued
- Best practices to avoid claims of harassment and discrimination
At the end of the webinar, Dr. Anita and Todd will stay on to answer questions. We hope you can join us for this engaging and one-of-a-kind webinar.
Space is limited so be sure to register today!
Todd R. Wulffson has focused his practice on counseling and defending businesses in labor and employment matters for 30 years. In addition to private practice, from 2006-2010, Wulffson served as General Counsel and SVP of Human Resources to Palace…
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Anita-Polite-Wilson, Ph.D., Founder and CEO of Dr. Anita Enterprises, Inc., a leader in change management. As a consultant, Dr. Anita has been helping leaders and teams in high stress situations navigate complexity and change for over 25 years. Specific to DE&I, her goal is to SHIFT the focus from “shame & blame” to “know & grow.” Read bio »