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Sexual harassment: How do you see it?

TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; and#8220;The Generations and Sexual Harassmentand#8221; Awareness and Prevention for Business Owners and Managers workshop, required as per Californiaand#8217;s AB 1825, will bring your business into compliance regarding sexual harassment awareness in the workplace. This topic is presented in an engaging and provocative way, from the perspective of generations working side by side. Prevent unwelcome behavior and increase and harmony this summer season.

Join the Sierra Human Resources Association, Thursday, July 26, 9-11 a.m. at the Cedar House Sport Hotel, 10918 Brockway Road in Truckee. Registration and snack at 8:30 a.m.

Learn about: Generational perceptions; the five-step method for assessing the conduct and#8212; is it or isnand#8217;t it?; handling complaints; the investigation and interviews; privacy issues; documenting and resolving the complaint; and prevention awareness.



Speaker Laura Moriarty, SPHR, is a seasoned human resources executive, nationally known corporate trainer and frequent presenter of Sierra Human Resources Association workshops.

Registration fees: Online registration before July 25 is $49 for SHRA members, $59 for Chamber members and $69 for non members. Last minute walk in after July 25 is $59 for SHRA members, $69 for Chamber members and $79 for non members.



Register at http://www.sierrahra.com at the Online Store. Pay safely by check or by credit card through PayPal. Seating is limited for this popular event.

No refunds; substitutions welcome.

For more information contact Moriarty at 530-573-0224; Linda Pendleton at the Truckee Chamber at 530-587-8808 or Deanna Frumenti, North Lake Tahoe Chamber membership manager at 530-581-8764.


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