Attract Talent without Attracting Litigation
Avoiding pitfalls in managing the modern workplace
Wednesday, June 27 at 1:00 PM
What You'll Learn
Best practices for handling new EEO requirements for employers
Strategies to help employers strive towards achieving greater diversity in the workforce
How to avoid pitfalls in recruiting, hiring, and more
What It’s About
It’s been proven time and again that diverse groups outperform homogenous ones - not just because of an influx of new ideas, but because diversity triggers more careful information processing. We literally become better at problem-solving when we are a part of a more diverse group. As employers struggle to attract the best talent in a tight labor market, it’s important to have good strategies in place that will keep companies moving forward towards achieving greater diversity in their workforce and help them avoid violation of any EEO requirements.
Join Bill Robbinson, Labor and Employment Attorney at Zimmerman, Kiser and Sutcliffe for a free SHRM-approved webinar in which he’ll cover emerging developments in workforce diversity, including gender and transgender protections, LGBTQ protections, developments in sexual harassment and religious discrimination and other state/federal protected classes. He’ll discuss some of the more recent recruiting and hiring developments, such as the restriction on wage history and more.
About Our Speaker
Labor and Employment Attorney
Zimmerman, Kiser, and Sutcliffe
William “Bill” Robbinson is a native of Orlando and has served in a number of executive and professional roles throughout his professional career. Mr. Robbinson concentrates his law practice on representing businesses and non-profit entities in labor & employment law, corporate and general business work, including business transactions, sales and acquisitions, contract formation and negotiation, regulatory and licensing support, policy review and development, supervisor training, and employee claims investigation and defense, including wage & hour, age discrimination and EEOC claims.