With the spark of movements like #MeToo, what was once a secret is now being exposed. While we may think that this is only happening in Hollywood, Silicon Valley, or in the media, small and medium-sized businesses are also feeling the impact of this movement.
Join us for this incredibly important workshop hosted by Village Champion, Insperity. Let’s start talking about the uncomfortable things so that we can live above reproach and be the change in this world.
- Provide the historical context of sexual harassment.
- Define sexual harassment.
- Explain the two types of sexual harassment.
- Offer best practices for preventing and addressing sexual harassment.
- Provide strategies on how to investigate claims of sexual harassment.
Aisha Thompkins, M.S. has over fourteen (14) years of combined HR experience in both Public and Private Sectors. Her areas of expertise are EEO law, employment best practices, conflict resolution, leadership development, and organizational leadership. Originally from Miami, Florida; Mrs. Thompkins now lives in Atlanta, Georgia and serves as an effective and proficient Director of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Services where she seeks to provide her clients with best practices to minimize potential liability and risks associated with employment decisions and overall functionality.
Aisha Thompkins holds a Master’s Degree in Organizational Leadership from Colorado State University, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology from Florida State University, and a Professional Certification in Management Development from Nova Southeastern University. She is also a Certified Life Coach. Currently, Aisha works full time as the Director of Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) Services with Insperity – a professional employer organization. Her responsibilities include managing a team of EEO Investigators/Consultants.