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An interactive workshop to help you communicate more effectively by improving your  email writing skills 


What is “Avoiding Employment Discrimination”


This seminar explains what federal anti-discrimination laws may apply to your company and the provisions of each.

Information that will be discussed includes:

  • Federal employment discrimination laws
  • Common law tort theories
  • Affirmative action plan requirements
  • EEOC requirements, and
  • Record retention guidelines.


Employment Law can improve awareness of various employment laws that affect your organization. This can help to educate your managers and supervisors when making employment decisions, which may help reduce liability.


Over the years, we have realized that our mission is to achieve a chain reaction that starts with supporting businesses to build the future workforce. Our team has worked with various companies and professionals that embraced our business and personal growth development strategies and practices. Today, we want to share our knowledge and best practices to make a better professional. 


Before you go:


  • This class will be hosted on Google Meet and include breakout rooms to interact with other participants.

  • Your invitation link will be emailed to you after you register.

  • There will be an optional 15 minute Q&A at the end of the class.

  • Due to limited seating in each class, all ticket purchases are final.


Disclaimer: The information in these materials should not be considered legal, accounting, or investment advice, and it should not substitute for legal, accounting, investment, and other professional advice where the facts and circumstances warrant. It is provided for informational purposes only. If you require legal, accounting, or investment advice, or need other professional assistance, you should always consult your attorney, accountant, or other professional advisors to discuss your particular facts, circumstances, business, personal finance, and investment needs.


Avoiding Employment Discrimination

  • Managers, Supervisors, and Employees 

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