Description This webinar is FREE for CalChamber members. Click here.Recording of live event on September 17, 2015 Special Guest Presenters: Ann M. Noel, Esq., Noel Workplace Consulting, and Stephen F. Anderson, President, Anderson-davis, Inc. Moderator: Erika Frank, CalChamber Vice President, Legal Affairs, and General CounselYou’ve worked closely with your legal department to investigate a harassment complaint, taken corrective action and disciplined the harasser. So why are your employees spreading rumors, and why is the employee who filed the initial complaint now filing a second one alleging retaliation? This informative webinar will discuss why a Healing Process Protocol is essential to any harassment investigation. Learn how a healing process for the workplace: Quells rumors and prevents employee and supervisor retaliation Communicates HR’s fact-finding process and outcome of the investigation to team members Identifies what and how to provide information to the complainant, the accused, witnesses and management A harassment complaint often affects many more people than the harasser and the victim—and an investigation focused solely onwhether the harassment occurred overlooks disruption to the workplace caused by the initial harassment and the subsequent investigation. This webinar will cover critical steps to “heal the workplace,” so that a harassment investigation not only ascertains what happened, but re-emphasizes company values of a harassment-free and retaliation-free workplace; as well as identifies and addresses your employees' concerns in a timely manner, refocusing them on doing their jobs. The presenters, Ann M. Noel, Esq., Noel Workplace Consulting, and Stephen F. Anderson, President, Anderson-davis, Inc. bring varied and extensive experience about what can go right but often goes wrong with workplace investigations and their resolution. Ann has 23 years experience as an administrative law judge adjudicating harassment and retaliation cases and has also drafted California's sexual harassment training regulations. For more than35 years Stephen has designed and delivered customized harassment prevention training, and for 25 years consulted with domestic and global corporations on how to implement Healing Process Protocols during their harassment investigations. Presented by top experts in sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace Ideal for HR professionals, office managers, business owners or anyone responsible for hiring and staffing Mobile-optimized for viewing on tablets and smartphones Downloadable webinar slides and a recording of the 9/17/15 live webinar A recorded webinar is good for as long as the content is valid and there are no legal changes to it. If the content changes, the webinar will no longer be available for viewing. This webinar offers guidance only and does not serve as or replace legal advice.