HK’s Glen Kraemer provides frequent trainings addressing the challenging legal issues around workplace and campus violence. On August 16, 2018, Glen was a featured speaker at the 2018 Threat Management Conference in Anaheim, California, hosted by the Association of Threat Assessment Professionals (ATAP). Click HERE to view Glen’s slide presentation at the Conference: “Evolving Legal Considerations…

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The facts are distressing: according to federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration statistics, over half of all reported workplace violence incidents occurred against workers in healthcare and social assistance. Nurses are attacked at more than 3 ½ times the average national rate of occupational violence.

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Category: Workplace Violence,

We enter 2017 with a new President, a polarized electorate, an incomplete Supreme Court, and an increasingly isolated California. Against this dramatic backdrop, Glen Kraemer will examine the most important recent appellate decisions and legislation in the equal employment opportunity arena, while forecasting discrimination law trends that could dramatically impact our State in the new…

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The program will explore the definition and identification of bullying, legal developments and concerns related to bullying, the nexus with workplace violence, and the leadership principles and “best practice” managerial skills and actions that can identify, eliminate and prevent bullying. Download: 9th Circuit Human Resources Conference Presentation Interesting in scheduling a training for your organization?…

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Number 33: The “Cat’s Paw” Doctrine: Conniving Monkeys, Gullible Felines, and Employer Liability Over the fifty years of equal employment opportunity law jurisprudence, many obviously-named legal theories have emerged, including the Continuing Violations Doctrine, the Avoidable Consequences Doctrine, and the Joint-Employer Doctrine.  This lack of judicial creativity was addressed in the 2011 decision in Staub v. Proctor…

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Category: EEO,