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HR: Preventing Sexual and Discriminatory Harassment in the Workplace

Monday, February 18, 2019

Members of the Michigan State Medical Society (MSMS) have exclusive access to a variety of human resources services to help navigate the those pressures like a professional. These services include in-depth consultation, a fully customizable human resource system, and employee benefits information, including forms, checklists, new hire paperwork and more. More information may be found at http://MSMS.org/HR.

Our partner, HRM Services, can also provide full service outsourced HR solution to help reduce costs, save time, and build stronger teams. On a monthly basis, Jodi Schafer, Principal, provides information on employment law updates and human resources tips. This month, Jodie speaks with special guest Cliff Hammond, shareholder and employment law attorney with Foster, Swift, Collins & Smith, PC, about how to prevent sexual and discriminatory harassment in the workplace.

During the message, Cliff emphasizes the need for strong policies that address appropriate and professional behavior; however, the real take-away is the need for ongoing training at the management and supervisory level. Proactive conversations can keep you out of hot water and Cliff walks us through how to do exactly that!

In the wake of #metoo and #timesup, employers are struggling to keep pace. HRM has developed a fully customizable, online, on-demand training series (complete with sample templates, checklists, investigation procedures and proactive next steps) for you and your team. Learn more by visiting http://MSMS.org/HR.