Sacramento EAC – Addressing Bullying in the Workplace: Being Mean May Not Necessarily Be Against the Law, But It Can Be Bad For Business
Date / Time
Wednesday, October 12, 2016
8:00 am - 10:00 am
400 Capitol Mall, 11th Floor
Sacramento, CA 95814
Each year anti-bullying laws are introduced in states throughout the country, and for good reason: with the increase in violence in the workplace, more and more states are looking at the role that workplace bullying plays in creating unhealthy and potentially unsafe work environments. Please join SEAC for an enlightening breakfast meeting discussing how employers can proactively address workplace disputes so as to reduce bullying in the workplace, and strategies for how employers should investigate and respond to allegations and complaints of conduct that might be bullying.
8:00 - 8:30 am - Registration & Breakfast
8:30 - 10:00 am - Meeting
2 hours of free parking - Bring your ticket stub to the meeting for validation.
*HRCI Credit Approval Pending
Members: $35.00 in advance (By Oct 10)/$40.00 at the door
Non-members: $50.00 in advance (By Oct 10)/$60.00 at the door
Students: $15.00 in advance (By Oct 10)/$25.00 at the door
Alexander M. Sperry
Alex is a Partner with Van Dermyden Maddux Law Corporation. Having spent his entire career as an employment lawyer, Alex has developed a keen understanding of workplace dynamics and issues affecting employer-employee relationships.
Alex’s practice focuses on conducting impartial workplace investigations. He investigates a variety of allegations, ranging from harassment, discrimination and retaliation, to bullying, workplace violence, failure to accommodate, fraud, misuse of funds, breach of confidentiality and employee discipline. Alex has conducted investigations for both public and private employers.
Alex is also recognized for his robust training practice. He has developed and delivered trainings to thousands of managers and non-supervisory employees throughout the state on a wide array of topics, including conducting workplace investigations, sexual harassment prevention (AB 1825), diversity, equal employment opportunity, ethics, disability management and managing employee leaves of absence.
Alex is an active member of the Association of Workplace Investigators (AWI). He frequently presents to AWI’s membership on investigation-related topics, including as a full-time faculty member at AWI’s week-long National Training Institutes.
For more information or to register please contact:
Melissa Ford at [email protected]