I am extending you the invitations for the live webinar on “Tattoos, Sandals, Yarmulkes, Dress and Appearance: Increasing Legal Challenges for Employees and Employers. ” that we are hosting with Ijona Skills. If you are already registered, I apologize for the extra communication.
* Attending this webinar qualifies for 1 SHRM credit.That may be counted toward SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP recertification from SHRM.
- To discuss legal issues surrounding Dress and Appearance in the workplace.
- To list specific elements of a Dress and Appearance policy.
- To explore the role of unconscious bias and stereotypes play in discrimination through dress codes.
- To identify prevention tactics to ensure employees are judged by their performance and not on stereotypes.
- Guidelines by the EEOC regarding dress at work
- Body art
- International dress
- National Labor Review Board’s take on dress
- What should be considered in writing your dress code.
- Religious dress
- Sex stereotyping dress
- Political dress
If you have any questions, my line is always open.