WEBINAR
Harassment, Diversity & Discrimination:
Are you doing enough?

How to effectively train your team for 2018 and beyond

$20 million. $95 million. $138 million.

Those are actual amounts that have been paid out in recent judgments of workplace harassment. Can your organization afford to take the gamble with that much at stake?

New mandates, such as the impending laws in New York, California and Delaware aimed at combating sexual harassment, are creating a legislative landscape that is ever-changing and in continuous flux, making it absolutely necessary for you to empower your employees while reducing the risk at your organization.

Join the experts from Syntrio as they deep-dive into :

  • How to prevent, recognize & act on all forms of harassment
  • The costs of a negative culture at your organization
  • The approach you should take to train your managers and employees
  DATE: Tuesday, October 16, 2018
TIME: 11 am ET / 8 am PT
DURATION: 60 minutes

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About the Presenters


Jason Lunday
Vice President of Product Development & Advisory Services

Jason has worked in ethics and compliance for over twenty-five years, consulting with Fortune 500™ companies across the business ethics and compliance spectrum, including assessing and strengthening corporate values initiatives, instituting leadership engagement efforts, developing and revising codes of conduct and policies, designing and implementing related procedures, developing monitoring systems, conducting risk, culture and program assessments.

Doug Page, J.D.
Vice President of Business Development

Prior to joining Syntrio in 1999, Doug practiced law in Vancouver working for the Civil Branch of the Ministry of the Attorney General of B.C. as well as for a small private litigation firm. At Syntrio Doug uses his profound relationship building skills to identify and manage resellers, referral partners and forge new partnerships with organizations where opportunities for mutual benefit exist.

Jonathan Gonzalez
Senior Counsel, Employment Law

Since 2007, Jonathan has practiced labor and employment law, with a focus on litigation, individual plaintiff and class action discrimination, harassment, and other employment-specific cases as well as focusing his practice toward advising employers on preventive practice.  Jonathan has presented over 100 live employment discrimination and harassment prevention training courses across all 50 states.

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