He Said, She Said - How to Conduct a Sexual Harassment Investigation and Stay Out of Court

He Said, She Said - How to Conduct a Sexual Harassment Investigation and Stay Out of Court

August 6, 2014 at 2:00pm ET

Responding to a claim of sexual harassment in the workplace is one of the most difficult things you will encounter in your career. Sexual harassment claims can:

  • Severely undermine working relationships
  • Reduce productivity
  • Expose the employer to investigations or enforcement actions by administrative agencies like the EEOC
  • Expose an employer to time-consuming, costly and damaging litigation.

An employer’s response to a claim of sexual harassment is crucial to reduce the likelihood of an investigation by an outside agency or a lawsuit. View this webinar, which will empower you to be both proactive in preventing harassment in the workplace and reactive in properly responding to claims of sexual harassment to potentially shield your employer from liability.

Presented by

Michael C. Jacobson, XpertHR

Michael C. Jacobson

Michael C. Jacobson is the legal editor for the organizational exit and investigations and litigation sections of XpertHR.

Prior to joining XpertHR, Michael worked as an attorney in Manhattan for six years where he defended employers and healthcare providers against wrongful termination, discrimination, medical malpractice and general liability claims.

Michael obtained his JD from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, where he was the notes and comments editor for the Cardozo Public Law, Policy and Ethics Journal.

View this webinar to understand >

  • How you can be proactive in preventing sexual harassment in the workplace.
  • The significance and legal implications of different types of sexual harassment.
  • How to Conduct prompt, thorough, impartial and effective sexual harassment investigations.