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Avoiding Retaliation for Previous EEO Activity Complying with MD-715 and Developing a Model EEO Program
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This course is designed to explain how the basic legal concepts of employment discrimination, are applied in the areas of reprisal-based disparate treatment and harassment, as well as per se violations of the law against retaliation. This course is designed to explain in detail the reporting requirements of the EEOC's Management Directive 715 (MD-715), with techniques and practices intended to make compliance with the directive efficient, as well as to assist practitioners in reaching the goal of MD-715 compliance: the development of a model agency EEO program.
Defining Discrimination Diversity and Inclusion Matters: Guidance for the Federal Workplace
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The course, Defining Discrimination defines the concepts of disparate treatment and harassment, and demonstrates how they apply to the federal equal employment opportunity process. Public policy has always been to ensure that the federal workforce is as diverse as the society it serves.
Investigating EEO Complaints Know the Federal EEO Process: Overview
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This course is designed to provide users with the tools needed to effectively conduct EEO investigations. This course is designed to introduce newcomers to the essential elements of the federal EEO process, and to refresh and update the skills of more experienced practitioners.
Motions, Hearings and Sanctions Stopping Discrimination on the Bases of Age and Religion
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This course is designed to introduce newcomers to the tactical elements of federal EEO litigation, motions, hearings and sanctions as well as to refresh and update the skills of more experienced practitioners. This course is designed to explain how the basic legal concepts of employment discrimination, are applied in the areas of disparate treatment and harassment on the bases of age and religion.
Stopping Disparate Treatment and Harassment on the Bases of Race, Color and National Origin The Federal EEO Process: Addressing the Special Concerns
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Call toll-free 1-800-341-7874
This course is designed to explain how the basic legal concepts of employment discrimination, are applied in the areas of disparate treatment and harassment on the bases of race, color and national origin. This course is designed to provide users with specific guidance on some of the key elements of the EEO process that practitioners often find confusing.
The Informal Process: EEO Counseling Understanding Sex Discrimination and Sexual Harassment
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Call toll-free 1-800-341-7874
This course is designed to provide HR practitioners, EEO specialists and EEO counselors with guidance on the informal EEO process and the roles of EEO counseling and alternative dispute resolution. This course is designed to explain how the basic legal concepts of employment discrimination, are applied in the areas of sex discrimination and sexual harassment.
Using ADR to Resolve Federal Workplace Disputes
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Used properly, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is the ultimate win-win solution for the agency and employee involved in a workplace dispute, resolving issues quickly and with less antagonism.
   
 
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