Regular Training Is Central to Every Employer’s Labor and Employment Law Compliance Program

The law requires training on certain topics, such as sexual harassment. The EEOC often requires training as a part of settlement agreements and consent decrees. Additionally, employees who receive training are more likely to remain engaged in the work place.

Barbas Cremer can help you meet your training needs and objectives by developing and presenting training for employees and leaders customized to the needs and culture of your organization. Terin has developed and presented training in areas including:

  • sexual and other forms of harassment
  • ethics
  • corporate governance
  • nuts and bolts of employment law
  • confidentiality
  • open door policy
  • social media
  • employee policies and handbooks
  • implicit bias
  • in-house legal efficiency strategies

Address the Individual Needs of a Valuable Executive or Employee

There are times when what is required is one-on-one coaching regarding appropriate conduct in the workplace. It may be the result of an investigation into issues raised by an employee, or it may be required by the EEOC as a result of a settlement agreement or consent decree.

Terin's broad experience can help you sort out the issues, establish priorities and take action to effect positive change and to avoid liability.

Working with C-Suite Executives Requires Skill and Sensitivity

When coaching C-suite executives about workplace behavior, sensitivity, and insight can go a long way toward developing a productive relationship and ensuring successful results.

In her work as in-house legal counsel, and as Chief Human Resources Officer, Terin worked side-by-side with C-suite executives on important employment issues. This background engenders credibility and mutual respect. Knowing how to speak the language of corporate leaders gives Terin credibility and puts his executive clients at ease.

Have a Valuable Executive or Employee Who Needs Coaching on Workplace Conduct?

Contact Barbas Cremer to course-correct and to protect the company from liability.