MD301 EEO, Title IX, Sexual Harassment, Public Employees, Employee Relations
- Tuesday, October 29, 2019 from 1:00pm to 4:30am
- Strand Union Building, 233 - view map
Overview: In this course we will learn about policy guidance to managers, supervisors, and employees within regulatory parameters. You will learn what is public and what is confidential, FERPA, HIPAA, includes a brief employment law overview. Everyone on our campus has a right to access their education and/or employment and MSU’s programs and services free from protected class discrimination and harassment. We will take a deeper dive into this subject and is intended to provide a greater understanding of the Federal/State Laws and University Policy surrounding discrimination and harassment.
Why should you Attend: This course will provide information on union contracts, bargaining, and status of non-union employees. You will be provided information on Federal and State laws and what that means being public employees. This course will provide valuable knowledge, information, and tools that will help you to better perform as a mandatory reporter.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- Federal and State Civil Rights Compliance
- Mandatory Reporter
- Duty to Report
- Importance of Reporting
- Federal and State employment and labor laws
- Board of Regents policies
- MSU policies
- Collective Bargaining Agreements
Who Will Benefit:
- All MSU Employees
Register using the following link: HR Training Registration and search for MD301.
- Terry Bishop