The Greater New Orleans Foundation Organizational Effectiveness Initiative (OE) and Gillis, Ellis & Baker, Inc. are partnering to host a workshop on the recent developments in human resources and risk management. This workshop is designed for executive directors, human resource directors, and staff and board members with human resource management or supervision responsibilities.
Human Resources: Risk Management
Tuesday, June 9, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m
Greater New Orleans Foundation
1055 St. Charles Ave. Suite 120, New Orleans, LA
This workshop will provide information on Federal employment discrimination laws including what is prohibited, how these laws are enforced, punishments for violations, and protected classes. Participants will learn the different types of sexual harassment and what employers must do to protect themselves including best practices for conducting investigations. Information will also be provided on workplace violence including risk factors and prevention strategies. This workshop will help your organization:
*This workshop is for informational purposes only. The foundation staff and trainers are not lawyers and are not providing legal advice. You should consult your own attorney for specific advice on legal issues.
This workshop is free, however registration is required: click here to register or see below. If you have questions about the workshop, please contact Kellie Chavez Greene at 504-598-4463 or firstname.lastname@example.org and for more information
About the Trainer
Human Resources Professional Tori Chenevert joined Gillis Ellis & Baker in 2014. As Director of Human Resources, Tori not only implements internal policies but also advises clients on a variety of HR services, including: employee handbooks, harassment training, personnel file maintenance, and HR form templates, among others.
Tori earned her B.S. in Psychology from Louisiana State University and is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from Southeastern Louisiana University. Previously, she was an office manager for a computer software company and completed an internship at a nonprofit animal shelter where she improved their performance evaluation system.
Tori lives in New Orleans and is a member of the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM). Her favorite part of the job is helping clients with their HR issues. “Many of my clients are smaller companies, which lack the Human Resources capabilities of other, larger businesses. I enjoy being another asset to them by expanding their capabilities and finding opportunities for improvement,” says Tori.