Harassment Management Services
Court decisions make it imperative that it is not enough for employers to simply have harassment and discrimination policies in place.
MEA can help you take preventative steps to avoid liability for unlawful harassment claims by supplying policies and procedures and regularly training all levels of employees to comply with employment law and to be an independent investigative party when an issue arises.
Have you done everything you can to protect your company from potentially costly harassment claims? If it’s been more than 2 years since your employees and supervisors have had harassment training, your company may be at risk.
Handbook and Policy Review
MEA’s seasoned HR and legal experts will review your company’s EEOC and Anti-Discrimination/Anti-Harassment Policies, and give recommendations for improvements.
Live and Video Training for Employees and Supervisors
Our trainers will help your employees and management team learn to identify harassment, understand compliance, enforcement and discipline, and implement preventative measures if necessary. Learn More
Workplace Investigation and Reports
MEA will provide thorough 3rd-party workplace investigations for employer discrimination or harassment complaints, or post-investigation consulting, should the complaint require legal counsel. Learn More
The Supreme Court has sent a message to employers, and employers would be well-advised to listen very carefully: employers must focus on reducing the likelihood of unlawful workplace conduct at all levels, from the CEO to hourly employees. This requires, at a minimum, issuing and properly implementing the right kinds of policies and procedures; consistently enforcing those policies and procedures as mandated by law; and regularly training all levels of employees to comply with employment law. It simply makes no business sense to incur the inordinate risks of non-compliance.”
Michael G. Trachtman
Business Attorney, MEA General Counsel, Wisler Pearlstine LLP