Why Board Oversight is Critical in Helping Stop Harassment
06 March, 2018 | (01 hr)
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With the rising wave of #MeToo revelations and high-profile resignations across industries, how can the board and senior management prepare to handle high-level sexual harassment cases? If sexual harassment has been occurring at their company, how should the board and management respond?
Join our panel of experts for this timely and critically important Governance Watch focused on harassment at the workplace. We will examine from a legal, corporate, and governance perspective:
- The implications of this growing movement
- The role of the board and management in creating safe, harassment-free work environments
- The steps corporate leadership need to take to prevent and respond to incidences of harassment
Who Should Attend: C-suite corporate executives; Sitting board members of public and private companies; Chief legal officers; General counsels; Attorneys; Chief HR officers; All levels of professionals interested in gender equality in the workplace
Want more great insights on this important topic? Register now for our entire webcast series, Dysfunctional, Abusive Behavior in the Workplace: What Organizations, Boards & Senior Leaders Can Do.
Jennifer Kennedy Park
Jennifer Kennedy Park’s practice focuses on white-collar defense, enforcement actions, and complex civil litigation.
In 2015, Jennifer became the first Cleary lawyer ever to be named a “...Full Bio
Kimberly Spoerri’s practice focuses on public and private mergers and acquisitions, private equity investments, and corporate governance matters.
Kim joined Cleary in 2008 and became partner in 2017....Full Bio
Douglas (Doug) Chia is executive director of the ESG Center for The Conference Board. Chia previously served as assistant general counsel and corporate secretary for Johnson & Johnson. Before joining Johnson & Johnson, he served as assistant general counsel, corporate for Tyco Internation...Full Bio