Critical Issues in the Workplace: Preventing Sexual Harassment

Sexual Harassment Icon
Critical Issues: Preventing Sexual Harassment
1.50 Hour(s)
Registration Fee
Credits Available
The following credits are available upon completion of the full 3-part (4.5 hour) Critical Issues in the Workplace Series and required assessment ONLY:
  • IIMC:
    • 0.75 CMC Experience
    • 0.75 MMC Advanced Education Points
  •  5.5 Florida BAR Association Credit
Amy Brewer

Sexual harassment claims and other workplace complaints are on the rise in Florida and across the country.  Labor and employment attorney Keith L. Hammond will provide an overview of the legal duties and responsibilities of all members of the workforce, from human resources personnel, managers and supervisors, to staff members who feel victimized by, or who observe, harassing conduct.  Mr. Hammond will also discuss real-world scenarios and “best practices” to avoid workplace conflicts and legal claims.

Critical Issues in the Workplace
Fall 2018 Webinar Series

This 3-part series launches a new Florida Institute of Government initiative to discuss current workplace concerns and ways to improve employee productivity and promote a safe and balanced work environment. Top experts review state and federal laws, provide real-world examples and case studies, offer findings from current research, and share personal experiences to make these sessions practical, informative, and relevant to everyone working in government.

Keith Hammond
Keith L. Hammond

Keith L. Hammond, Esquire, has been serving clients throughout Florida and across the country in all aspects of labor and employment law since 1999.  Mr. Hammond advises clients on a diverse range of legal issues in the workplace, including the prevention of discrimination, harassment and retaliation; wage and hour compliance; management of employees’ leaves of absence; non-compete agreement and restrictive covenant enforcement; trade secrets; and executive-level employment agreements.

Mr. Hammond has successfully represented clients before numerous governmental agencies, including the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, the Department of Labor’s Wage and Hour Division, the National Labor Relations Board, and the Florida Commission on Human Relations.  He is admitted to practice before all state and federal courts in Florida, as well as the Seventh, Tenth, and Eleventh Circuit Courts of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court.  Mr. Hammond has also been admitted pro hac vice in the District of New Mexico, the Western District of Wisconsin, the Eastern and Middle Districts of Pennsylvania, the Western District of Tennessee, and in the state of Kansas.