PDG - Accommodating Gender Transition in the Workplace
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Managing workplace relationships between coworkers, colleagues, friends, mentors, and bosses can be difficult. Managing a workplace through an employee’s gender transition is likely to be even harder due to additional practical and legal challenges. Join us for a candid discussion about managing gender transition in the workplace – an evolving and important topic.

12/15/2017
When: Friday, December 15, 2017
9:30 AM - 10:30 AM
Where: Fairfield and Woods
1801 California Street
Suite 2600
Denver
United States
Contact: Mile High SHRM
303-465-3522


Online registration is available until: 12/29/2017
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Note:  There is a parking garage in the building with entrances on Stout Street and 19th Street.

 

PDG Track:  Legal & Employment
SHRM Track:  HR Expertise and Knowledge

 

Description

Managing workplace relationships between coworkers, colleagues, friends, mentors, and bosses can be difficult. Managing a workplace through an employee’s gender transition is likely to be even harder due to additional practical and legal challenges. Join us for a candid discussion about managing gender transition in the workplace – an evolving and important topic.

By attending this PDG, you will take back these three important things to your workplace:
- A better understanding of impact of transgender discrimination on the employee and the employer
- Practical tools for managing transgender and gender transition issues
- An understanding of the current status of the law surrounding transgender discrimination 

Speaker:  David L. Zwisler, Attorney at Ogletree Deakins

David Zwisler is a trusted senior leader, legal advisor, and strategist with an 18-year history of navigating the complexities of compliance and developing practical solutions. Mr. Zwisler is a passionate employer advocate, with a proven track record in defending against allegations and charges in multiple forums including alternative dispute resolution processes, grievance and arbitration, state and federal administrative investigations and hearings, and traditional litigation and appeals. 


APPROVED: 1 SHRM credit & 1 General HRCI credit



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Mile High SHRM
500 Discovery Parkway, Suite 125 | Superior, CO 80027
(303) 465-3522 | (303) 243-5075 fax