EEOC New York District Office and Washington Field Office Regional EEO Virtual Training

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Region 8

EEOC New York and Washington DC Virtual Regional Seminar

SEMINAR DATE:  November 05, 2020

TIME: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

LOCATION:  Virtual (ON24)

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Let’s Talk about “SEX” discrimination: A dialogue involving issues of sex discrimination including LGBT updates, sexual harassment, harassment based on sex, mediation, and other developing related topics

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What the Supreme Courts LGBT ruling means for the future of Title VII  

Presenter: Michael Goldberger, Chief of Civil Rights USDOJ; Cristina Jones Chief People and Equity Officer, The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center

Experts will discuss updates on LGBT issues in the workplace and more

Identifying Sex Discrimination & Harassment in the 2020 Workplace

Presenter: Karen Michael, KarenMichael Consulting

Sexual harassment and sex discrimination continue to infiltrate our workplace whether virtually or in the physical workplace. This presentation will explore the unique issues that exist in today’s workplace and solutions to identify and eradicate it.

Keynote Speaker: Commissioner Charlotte A. Burrows, U.S, EEOC

Mediation in Sex Discrimination Charges

Presenters: David Reinman, Deborah Reik, Joy Kemppainen, Ralph Charles, Elizabeth Marcus, EEOC

Title VII makes it unlawful to discriminate against someone (employee or applicant) because of that person’s sex, which includes harassment, gender identity, or sexual orientation. This panel will offer practical guidance to the audience on effectively negotiating a resolution in the mediation of employment discrimination disputes, specifically sex discrimination. EEOC Mediators and other experts will share their experiences, discuss techniques to help parties overcome obstacles to reaching a negotiated settlement in mediation, and address other common pitfalls encountered during mediation

Examining Sex Discrimination

Presenter: Supervisory Administrative Judge William MaCauley, Michael Rojas OEC, U.S. EEOC

Hear updates on current HR issues involving sex discrimination. Learn about how sex-based discrimination cases can intersect with other basis such as national origin or race in the Federal and Private sectors. EEOC Supervisory Administrative Judge William MaCauley will discuss why it’s important for employers to examine all issues in sex-based complaints.

By registering for a Training Institute event, you agree to all applicable Institute policies.

This training meets the requirements for the mandatory sexual harassment training required by NY, NYC, CT, & ME.

This training is essential for Human Resource personnel, EEO officers, supervisors & managers, government officials, small business owners, union officials and attorneys. Our agenda was designed to highlight the “hot topics” in EEO law and provide you with the practical solutions for the EEO challenges you face on a day-to-day basis.  Presenters include EEOC experts, Federal Government Experts, Certified HR professionals, defense and plaintiff attorneys, and academics.

This program has been submitted to the HRCI and SHRM for review and meets the yearly training requirements for federal EEO investigators and counselors. This program meets requirements for CLE credit in New York.

The seminar fee is $295 per day. Register on-line today at

If you would like further information about the seminar or have questions regarding registration, please contact Outreach & Education Coordinator Michael Rojas at

(929) 506-5331 or
Outreach & Education Coordinator Monica Colunga at 202-419-0711 or

Join us for this must attend training event!!





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