Thurs, January 31st
Leadership Council & Pro Bono Partnership of Ohio present 
Best Practices for Nonprofits in the 
#MeToo Era:  Investigations and Policies

Legal guidance and best practices are evolving in the #MeToo era affecting all employers. Tailored specifically for nonprofit leaders, we will provide practical and timely guidance so that you can effectively evaluate current policies and be prepared to investigate workplace complaints and respond appropriately. 

All executive directors, in-house counsel, human resource professionals, board members, and other leaders of nonprofit organizations are invited to attend.

  • Best practices and legal requirements for your policies against harassment, discrimination, and retaliation
  • Steps for conducting an effective workplace investigation
  • How to handle a hypothetical complaint

As a complement to the best practices for investigation and policies, Kristin Shrimplin, CEO of Women Helping Women will share how the WorkStrong™ certification program can help empower companies, the workforce, and survivors to address workplace issues surrounding gender-based violence - a common, complex, and consequential public health epidemic that encompasses intimate-partner violence, sexual assault, stalking, and sexual harassment.


Tara Burke
Jackson Lewis P.C. 

Kristin Shrimplin
Women Helping Women
Event Details

 Thursday, January 31

   8:30am-Program Begins
 Interact for Health
 Choice Care Room
 3805 Edwards Rd.
 Cincinnati, OH 45209

 $15 - LC Members 
 $15 - PBPO Clients
 $30 - Prospective LC Members
 $30 - Prospective PBPO Clients

 Deadline to register is
 January 24th

Cancellation Policy:
Deadline to cancel is January 24th   No refunds will be issued for  cancellations after the   deadline.  Payment is due prior   to the event. No shows will be  billed.  Note: if you are unable to  attend you may send someone  in your place.
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