LTU to host 'Leaders and Innovators' business breakfast on workplace harassment
Lawrence Technological University will host a “Leaders and Innovators” business breakfast panel discussion on the topic of workplace harassment – an issue taken from today’s headlines that could not be more timely.
The event will take place Thursday, Nov. 16, from 7:30 to 9 a.m. at the University Technology and Learning Center Gallery, LTU Campus, 21000 W. Ten Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48075 (campus map)
The moderator will be Murray Feldman, business editor at WWJ Newsradio 950, which has been holding “Leaders and Innovators” events at LTU for more than a decade. Panelists will be Patrick F. Hickey, a partner specializing in business and employment litigation at the Detroit law firm Hickey Hauck Bishoff & Jeffers PLLC; Courtney Nichols, labor and employment law practice group leader at the Bloomfield Hills law firm Plunkett Cooney; and David Stone, president and co-founder, Trion Solutions Inc., a Troy-based provider of human resources administration.
The issue of workplace harassment has dominated the news in recent weeks, with allegations surfacing against celebrities, politicians, and prominent business people. How should employers and employees handle these issues? How do businesses create a positive workplace and a harassment-free environment? The panel will tackle these and other issues.
The event is free but preregistration is requested. To register, visit http://detroit.cbslocal.com/.1
Lawrence Tech Magazine / Summer/Fall 2021President Moudgil retiring, closing out a successful decade
[ Read More ]
Innovation Magazine / Summer 2021Accelerating the future: Business incubator provides new ways to learn
[ Read More ]