Listen to the replay - Overview of the Strategic Enforcement Plan, Priority & Issues at the EEOCPresented by Kenneth An, Director of the Boston Area Office of the EEOC and Elizabeth Marcus, Esq., EEOC Mediator
Tuesday, June 19 | 2:00-3:30pm (EDT)
During this webinar, directors from the Boston area Office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will provide a status update on the mission and vision of the agency and its working strategic enforcement plan. The one-hour presentation will be followed by a thirty minutes question and answer session.
- EEOC's recommendations for best practices for eliminating workplace harassment and other critical issues
- Update from the EEOC
- Pros and cons of mediation
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- VPs/Managers/Directors of Human Resources
- EEOC/OFCCP Compliance
- HR Business Partners
- VPs of Diversity
Kenneth An, Director of the Boston Area Office of the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC)
At the EEOC, Kenneth has conducted outreach with the Asian-American community and eliminated discriminatory job advertisements in Chinese newspapers that were circulated nationally. Kenneth has sat on several Boards, such as the New England Chapter of the Organization of Chinese Americans, and he co-chair the Asian Pacific American Heritage celebration at the JFK Federal Building. Kenneth is a co-founder of Quincy Asian Resources, a not-for-profit organization in Quincy, Massachusetts, and has chaired several fundraisers that helped raise more than a quarter million dollars for community and youth-based programs. Kenneth served on the Massachusetts Asian-American Commission and was a member of the White House AAPI Interagency Workgroup for Region One.
Elizabeth Adams Marcus, Esq., EEOC Mediator
Elizabeth attended the University of Connecticut, graduating cum laude with a double major in Sociology and Women's Studies. She was awarded a juris doctorate from New England Law Boston (formerly New England School of Law) and is a member of the Massachusetts Bar. Since completing her formal education, Liz has worked exclusively in the area of employment law, initially with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and then with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
In addition to mediating thousands of employment discrimination complaints, Liz has completed formal mediation training with New York University School of Law, Cornell University's School of Industrial and Labor Relations, and Mediation Works, Incorporated. She is an engaged and enthusiastic mentor for law students and new mediators, as well as a regular guest lecturer/panelist in mediation forums, including the Harvard Program on Negotiation and the Boston Law Collaborative.
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