How To Spot and Stop Sexual Harassment

Tuesday
27
Feb

Featuring panelists Ann-Marie Ahern & Sindy Warren

  • Venue:Supper Club
  • Showtime:05:00 pm
  • Doors open:05:00 pm
  • $10 AdvanceAdv, $15 Day of ShowDay of
Women’s Networking Group - Cleveland

WomensNetworkingGroupThe Women’s Networking Group-Cleveland is a new forum for women in the workplace and focuses on gender equality issues and empowering women in the economy.

Join us for this informative Women’s Networking Event! This event features Ann-Marie Ahern, employment lawyer and Principal at McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal and Liffman and Sindy Warren, employment lawyer and HR consultant and Principal at Warren & Associates.

Our mission is to Learn from the women who came before us; Help the women who will come after us; and Build the power of women in the economy.

Come join us from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $10 in advance, $15 at the door

(advance registration preferred so we can plan for space and light appetizers)

Ann-Marie Ahern has dedicated her entire career to representing people in employment disputes. As a Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law, Ms. Ahern has tried cases to juries involving issues of race, gender, disability, and age discrimination, wrongful discharge, and retaliation. Ms. Ahern has successfully litigated or settled hundreds of employment disputes on behalf of her clients. Ms. Ahern is an experienced appellate advocate, having briefed and argued cases on appeal in both state and federal courts.

Sindy Warren has been helping employers comply with employment laws and create and maintain healthy working environments for over twenty years. Much of her work is focused on harassment prevention and she is a frequent public speaker on related topics. She has conducted hundreds of workplace investigations, many focused on harassment issues. She was one of three workplace investigators in the country asked to testify to the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s Select Task Force on Harassment in the Workplace and her testimony is included in the EEOC’s report on the matter, which is considered an authoritative source of best practices in preventing and remediating harassment in the workplace.
 
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