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Tackling Tough Dress Code Issues in Government: Race, Gender, & Religion
Audio Conference Recording Price:
199.00 (U.S. Dollars)
Drafting and enforcing dress codes can bring up a plethora of issues, especially in the public sector. What do you need to include in your dress code policy in order to accommodate for sex, religion, and race in the government workplace? Join us for a 60-minute audio conference where you and your colleagues will discover:
- Creating or updating a dress code policy for your government office
- Free speech concerns: addressing clothing, tattoos, piercings & more
- Race, gender, culture & religion- keys to tackling the tough issues
- Safe steps for responding to employees who challenge your dress code
This practical 60-minute, audio conference will provide you and your colleagues with insightful tips on how to effectively create, update & enforce accommodating dress code policies.
- Drafting Effective & Accommodating Public Sector Dress Code Policies
- How much can you dictate styles of dress, hair, jewelry, & more
- Dress codes appropriate for every job- from the field to the office
- How to address piercings & tattoos without violating free speech
- Race, Gender, Culture, & Religion- What's Appropriate, What's Not
- Do's & don'ts for religious accommodation- clothing, head pieces, etc
- Gender & dress code policies- tips for handling the tricky issues
- Differences in dress for regional, cultural & climate conditions
Dealing with hairy situations- long hair, covered hair & facial hair
- Guidelines for Difficult Dress Code Conversations You Need To Have
- When you can & cannot deny their request for accommodation
- Tips for getting employees to adhere to dress code standards
- Dealing with rule breakers: saying the right thing at the right time
- Live question and answer session - Have your specific questions answered by our expert speaker.
Brenda Diederichs has an extensive and well versed background in addressing difficult labor relations matters, as well as creatively addressing human resources situations. She opened the law firm of DIEDERICHS & ELCONIN in November of 2006, which is dedicated to the practice of labor and employment law for both public and private employers.
- Brenda began her employment in the Personnel Department at San Bernardino where she has trained in every facet of human resources. She took this experience to the Southern California Rapid Transit District (RTD) in 1980 and while managing the Employment Division, and after two years she was promoted to Labor Relations Manager and negotiated labor agreements, heard disciplinary and termination appeal cases and advocated cases in arbitration.
- In 1990 she became the Human Resources Director for the City of West Covina while she attended Law School. Upon graduation she served as the Chair of the Labor and Employment Law Practice Groups at two full service municipal law firms.
- She then returned to public service where she served as the Executive Officer for Labor and Employee Relations, Human Resources and Training and Development for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro).
This program has been approved for 1 recertification credit hour toward PHR, SPHR and GPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute (HRCI). For more information about certification or recertification, please visit the HRCI homepage at www.hrci.org.
The speaker's PowerPoint presentation slides are included with your audio recording purchase. All materials are accessible through the Internet and can be downloaded as a PDF file.
$199.00 for audio conference recording (CD or DVD) and program materials.
This is an outstanding program and therefore we offer purchasers a Money Back Guarantee. We are so confident that you will find the conference valuable that we offer a 100% money back guarantee from now until 30 days after the audio recording is shipped, making this a risk-free investment. Audio recordings will be received approximately three weeks after the live conference.