The Hollywood Commission upcoming October workshops with Glen Kraemer and Reed Schaper of Hirschfield/Kraemer

To:           ATA Members
From:     ATA/The Hollywood Commission
Re:           The Hollywood Commission is pleased to welcome you to their upcoming employer workshops with Glen Kraemer and Reed Schaper of Hirschfield/Kraemer

  • Workshop 2A: Eliminating Bullying Workplace Behaviors -Tuesday, Oct 20 | 9:30am – 11:30am PST
  • Workshop 2B: Do’s and Don’ts for Supervisors/Managers - Thursday, Oct 22 | 9:30am – 11:30am PST
  • Workshop 2C: Conducting Internal Investigations - Thursday, Oct 28 | 9:30am – 4:30pm PST

Note: These workshops do not qualify for legal, state/local harassment training credits. These important workshops are about how to handle a complaint that comes to a supervisor directly, or when a supervisor observes or overhears something that puts them on notice of something to be further looked into.

Workshop 2A - Understanding and Eliminating Workplace Bullying Behaviors

Description: In both production and corporate settings, workplace bullying is one of the most-reported types of misconduct. But it also remains one of the least understood behaviors – what it is, what it isn’t, and how to manage it. These challenges – and the need to address them authentically and comprehensively – are particularly magnified due to the stressors unique to the production context. In this interactive workshop, we will (1) review industry-specific issues concerning supervisor-subordinate and peer-to-peer bullying behaviors, (2) provide answers on how to identify bullying, and (3) how to respond to this type of destructive conduct.

Date/time: -Tuesday, Oct 20 | 9:30am – 11:30am PST

Location: Zoom access to be sent closer to event

Please Register Here


Workshop 2B - Receiving a Report: Do’s and Don’ts for Supervisors and Managers

Description: Supervisors and managers are often the first to receive a report about bullying, harassment, or discrimination. Creating trust with a potential claimant or witness during those first few minutes often determines the ability to successfully move forward with the investigation process. Participants will learn (1) how to determine the nature of the concern, (2) when they need to report to human resources, (3) how to manage privacy, and (4) how to make the hand-off to responsible parties.

Date/time: Thursday, Oct 22 | 9:30am – 11:30am PST

Location: Zoom access to be sent closer to event

Please Register Here


Workshop 2C - From Intake to Resolution: Conducting Effective Internal Investigations

Description: In this full-day seminar, you will learn how to effectively conduct investigations involving harassment, discrimination and retaliation. This workshop explores the essential skills necessary for conducting internal investigations into claims of employee misconduct, with specific focus on charges of sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and violence. Using interactive case studies, you’ll engage in a step-by-step fact-finding process and practice techniques for questioning and credibility assessments. Model forms and guidance on preparing unassailable documentation of process and conclusions are included throughout. Each attendee will receive an investigations workbook.

Date/time: Thursday, Oct 28 | 9:30am – 4:30pm PST

Location: Zoom access to be sent closer to event

Please Register Here

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