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Join the New Orleans Chamber in partnership with the Downtown Development District for an educational seminar on sexual harassment:
Everyone's Talking About It - What Are You Doing to Prevent It?
Presented by Gotcha Covered HR
Harassment victims aren't all female, and the perpetrators aren't just male. Do you know how to respond if this happens in your workplace? Are you doing everything you can (and should) to prevent it? We'll walk you through a few simple preventative measures and protections to create an open dialogue that is needed to effectively communicate concerns in the workplace.
Avoid the drama. Avoid the lawsuits. Avoid being front page news.
A light breakfast & coffee will be served.
Meet Our Speakers:
Stefanie Allweiss is co-founder of Gotcha Covered HR, a New Orleans-based, women-owned human resources consulting firm. She graduated cum laude from Tulane University School of Law in 1980 and practiced in the field of labor and employment law for more than 25 years. Thereafter, Stefanie served as Executive Director of Employee Relations and Equity at Tulane University (2005-08), was a coach to Louisiana Charter School Boards (2008-12), and served on the panel of mediators/arbitrators for ADRinc. (2008-15). She and her business partner Patricia Pannell founded Gotcha Covered HR in 2014 for the express purpose of helping local companies and their employees thrive. As small business owners themselves, they have a deep appreciation of the unique needs and concerns of their clients. It is Gotcha Covered HR's philosophy that employees are a business' most valuable asset. By fostering a positive workplace climate, each employee's creativity and productivity will be maximized, thereby leading to the overall success of the business. The team at Gotcha Covered HR works with both non-profit and for-profit businesses to customize practical and cost-effective strategies and solutions to the challenges of human capital management. Their services include training, conflict resolution, development of policies and procedures, and effective communication strategies.