Webinar Opportunity - Speaker Talisa Lavarry
WEBINAR: The Case For DEI&B in the Workplace (Specially designed for HR & Labor Law Professionals)
Join us on Thursday, June 24, 2021 from 12:15pm - 1:15pm (ET) for a webinar with speaker Talisa Lavarry.
This program has been pre-approved for 1.0 for both SHRM Professional Development Credits (PDC) and 1.0 BUSINESS CREDITS from HRCI.
From small startups to Fortune 500s companies are facing harassment and discrimination charges like never before. According to Westlaw, a legal research service by Thomson Reuters, plaintiffs now have just over a 50% chance of winning when employment practices liability (EPL) claims go to trial.
While the need to both educate and train leaders in the workplace has increased so has the resentment. If we pay close attention to blog posts and social statuses it is not hard to find resistance from those that believe the training and any strategic solutions are unnecessary. The EEOC begs to differ. With more than 1.8 million complaints filed since 1997 with over a million taking place since 2010.
This training allows HR Professionals, Labor Law & Discrimination Investigation Professionals, Business Leaders & Stake Holders to hear a trained D.E.I.&B. facilitator present a winning case in regard to the value and importance of placing a priority on D.E.I.& B within their business strategies & plans.
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ACSHRM members should use discount/promo code: ACSHRM$10 for a $10 discount!
Tali Lavarry is the Best Selling Author of Confessions From Your Token Black Colleague & the Owner and Operator of Yum Yum Morale LLC, a workplace diversity, equity and inclusion firm. Her mission is to help business leaders create and foster equitable and sustainable work environments for marginalized people.
Before devoting her life to workplace race relations, she worked as a corporate event manager, planning and producing events in the pharmaceutical, government, education, non-profit and tech sectors.
Tali has had the honor of working with Marianne Williamson, The Golden State Warriors and Barack Obama, among other luminaries. Tali's work has been featured in Forbes, Harvard Business Review & Seattle Business Journal just to name a few.
Tali is a native of Shreveport, La. currently residing in Seattle, WA.