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    "Creating a Culture that Promotes Respect Instead of Harassment"

    Date: August 21, 2018, 11:30am – 1:30pm
    Location:
    College of Charleston North Campus
    3800 Paramount Drive
    North Charleston, SC 29405
    Price:
    $20 Members $25 Non Members
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    "Creating a Culture that Promotes Respect Instead of Harassment"

     

    The past twelve months have brought a new awareness of harassment in the workplace. The #METOO movement has shown that sexual harassment can still be prevalent in organizations, even those who have an HR department and the right policies. What else should HR have done? What else can we do now and in the future? This session discusses how we can empower our employees to speak up even when they are not the victim. And even though the media's lens is currently on sexual harassment, HR should not lose sight of potential issues regarding other protected classes. Are we unwittingly creating an "exclusive" workplace instead of an inclusive one with regards to political or religious bias? What can we do to promote the "business case" for ALL kinds of diversity with our C-Suite?

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    Speaker: Sharon Sellers

    Sharon L. Sellers, SHRM-SCP, is the president of SLS Consulting, LLC, a human resources services and training firm. Sharon has 30 years experience in HR and in addition to her consulting she is also the facilitator for the SHRM Learning System Preparation Course for the SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP exams at Trident Tech. She was the 2010-2011 President of TCHRMA (now Palmetto SHRM), the 2014-2015 SC SHRM State Director, and the 2016-2017 SE Representative for the (national) SHRM Membership Advisory Council. Considered a Subject Matter Expert in harassment and workplace violence issues, Sharon has been quoted in articles by such national news organizations as the Wall St Journal, Chicago Tribune and NPR. In 2015 she was asked to testify before the national EEOC Commission in D.C. to discuss retaliation in the workplace. On March 15 of this year, Sharon participated in a meeting with the U.S. House Administrative Committee to assist them with creating updated procedures regarding harassment in the House. She holds a B.S. in Psychology and a Masters in Management.

     

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