Your Work Comp Briefing
It's inspiring to see women in Hollywood and politics stepping forward to put sunlight on the dark corners where powerful men sexually harass and assault women.   
Some suggest that if these women had said something sooner there would have been fewer victims.    Easier said than done...particularly when one doesn't work in an oppressive and abusive environment.   
Shame.    Guilt.    Denial.   And economic threats .    All powerful motivators for silence.
What hasn't been discussed yet is the trauma - the psychological injury - women experience from the cumulative impact of repeated sexual harassment at work.
What is also finally being discussed is sexual harassment that goes on every minute against women working in the service economy.    Powerless women.    Usually of color.    And commonly immigrants.    Farm workers.    Hotel housekeepers.    Janitors.
Most of these sexual harassment cases never become "cases" at all.  They go on day after day.  Same violators.  Same victims.  Crushing trauma.  Permanent damage.   
This nonsense must stop.   The long-overdue moment has arrived. A Workers' Compensation system that treats women equally can play a small role in a big change.

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November 17th, 2017- San Francisco Chapter Holiday Party
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December 1st, 2017- Santa Clara Chapter Holiday Party
December 7th, 2017- Greater Inland Empire Holiday Party
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December 13th, 2017- SCAAA/LAVAAA Chapters Holiday Party
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November 14th, 2017
East Bay Chapter Presents:

Join us for an opportunity to receive a required MCLE course in substance abuse and mental or physical issues which qualifies for 1 unit of professional competence credit.

Guest Speaker:  
David Mann, Northern California Consultant to The Other Bar
November 16th, 2017
San Diego Chapter Presents

Understanding how social security and workers' compensation issues interact, so you can ethically and appropriately provide aid to your clients.

Guest Speakers:
Carl Kreibich, Esq. and Eric Gritz, Esq.
Attention ALL CAAA Members: 
We are happy to announce a free webinar series!
Watch your emails for more announcements on the next in our series of free Friday webinars coming soon! You can access the webinar through the CAAA website.

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