Advanced eCourse on EEO Law

This eCourse has been approved by the HR Certification Institute (HRCI)

Sept. 20th - Nov. 15th, 2013

Recent trends in EEOC enforcement, claims and legal developments are making life challenging for employers in managing EEO efforts. Register now for our Advanced 9-week eCourse on EEO law to ensure you're abreast of these developments and their impact on your workplace and minimize risk down the road. For example, were you aware that:

  • In FY 2012, the EEOC recovered a record-breaking $365.4 million in damages for private sector discrimination claims.
  • The number of EEOC charges filed increased from 2011 to 2012 EACH for retaliation, sex, and disability claims.
  • The EEOC's enforcement priorities for 2013-2016 include equal pay, discrimination and harassment.
  • This year, the world's largest Burger King franchisee was fined $2.5 million in damages and lost wages to 89 female employees who made claims of sexual harassment and subsequent retaliation.
  • Recent Supreme Court decisions and other laws enforced by EEOC continue to evolve and have expanded their reach into the workplace.
John Sarno - Employers Association of New Jersey

Employers Association of New Jersey

John J. Sarno, Esq.

John brings over two decades of experience as a lawyer, educator and public administrator. He received a BA in Psychology from Ramapo College of New Jersey, an MA in counseling, and JD from Seton Hall University.

John has litigated employment cases in State and Federal courts and has argued landmark cases before the Federal Courts of Appeal.

John advises companies in many areas of employment and labor law, including EEO, ADA, sexual harassment, wrongful discharge, drug and alcohol testing and employment discrimination. Author of numerous articles and a book helping employers stay out of court, John has extensive experience as a trainer in various management issues.

John Sarno is president and general counsel of the Employers Association of New Jersey (EANJ), a non-profit trade association.

EANJ staff advise employers on the full range of labor, employment and health care issues, train HR managers and line supervisors, take positions in high impact employment cases and comment on regulations.

Mr. Sarno and the EANJ staff are frequent speakers and panelists.

These are scary trends for any employer. Over the past decade, more than 825,000 charges of job discrimination have been filed with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). There were almost 100,000 discrimination charges in 2012 alone and this number is expected to increase this year. One in four employers is a target for such a charge. The average EEO settlement claim is over $550,000 and these claims have been filed in every type of industry. With such high stakes, staying abreast of trends and legislation is an employer's best defense.

Managing and ultimately preventing these types of charges requires a detailed understanding of current and emerging legal issues. Register now for this nine-week eCourse on Federal discrimination law. This intensive eCourse is designed to provide a complete and up-to-date understanding of all relevant legislation through case law analysis, law review and case studies.

This is an essential program for any organization looking to limit exposure, reduce litigation risk, and succeed in today's challenging and complex workplace.

Click here to view the curriculum for the 9-week eCourse.

Who Should Participate:

All HR and Legal Professionals interested in mastering EEO issues and reducing their employer's risk.

Each participant will be eligible to receive 1.5 HRCI credits per weekly session, for a total of 13.5 possible credits for the entire eCourse.

Sponsored by:

These sessions are taught by John Sarno and sponsored by XpertHR. All attendees will receive a 3-month access to XpertHR (a value of more than $500) as part of their registration. XpertHR provides the best in class online employment law solution designed for the HR professional.

Attendance Requirements:

The eCourse will commence Friday, September 20th and run every Friday through November 15th. There will be 9 total sessions, each lasting 90 minutes. Sessions will start at 1:00 PM ET.

These sessions will be conducted online via GoToMeeting and registrants will need access to a computer connected to the Internet as well as a telephone to dial-in to the eCourse.

Please note that courses are meant to build upon the knowledge gained in previous sessions, and as such are not offered individually.

The cost of the eCourse series is $995. Payment must be made via PayPal or Credit Card.

All sessions will be recorded and made available to registrants.

New registrations will be accepted until 12 noon ET on September 20th. Cancellations must be received by 5:00 ET on Tuesday Sept 18th. Refunds will not be granted for any cancellations after this time.