In this informational and practical presentation, we will explore the highlights and lowlights of the #MeToo movement. We’ll discuss the repercussion of under and over reaction both to employee morale and the companies P&Ls. We’ll talk real world examples of what to do when an investigation is clearly conclusive, and what happens when it is not. Perhaps most importantly, we’ll review great examples of a consistent practice that enables HR practitioners to lead the #YouToo movement. After all, it’s time we align our anti-harassment policy from words on paper to practical application in your workplace.
Perhaps one of the most recognizable faces from his time serving in a number of capacities with OKHR’s State Council, Mike Shaw is the CEO of Muscogee Staffing Solutions. In his current role he works with commercial companies and government agencies to understand their business objectives, determine their staffing needs and creating people solutions to meet their productivity goals. Prior to his current role, Mike served in multiple director roles for organizations ranging from 750 to 5000 employees. From leading massive recruitment efforts to aligning the people processes to the business objectives, Mike has learned that there is nothing you can’t accomplish with a little hard work, a desire to learn and a great network to support you.
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