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  • Description
    Workplace bullying is an insidious problem and one that can take many forms. This CLE program will present the definitions of workplace bullying and how to differentiate it from harassment. Presented by employment attorney Beth K. Whittenbury, the course will clarify the potential corporate costs of bully, explain how to identify the signs of bullying and how to establish effective anti-bullying policies and procedures for your clients. Participants will also learn the causes of action that attorneys are creatively using to sue for workplace bullying.
  • Instructor Bio

    Beth Whittenbury

    Beth K. Whittenbury started her law career with what was then San Francisco’s largest law firm, litigating employment cases and giving advice to employers. She left to found her legal consulting practice dedicated to resolving employment issues without litigation. She currently conducts workplace fact-finding investigations, workplace resolution systems audits, employee mediations, and sexual harassment training in compliance with AB 1825.

    Her recent book, Investigating the Workplace Harassment Claim, made the American Bar Association Best Seller List in December, 2012 within forty-five days of publication. She’s also the author of A Manager’s Guide to Preventing Liability for Sexual Harassment in the Workplace, a useful gift for managers, as well as a teacher’s guide which can be used by HR professionals to give AB 1825 compliant training sessions. In addition, Ms Whittenbury has written numerous articles for lawyer and human resources practitioner publications.

    Ms. Whittenbury is a Life Fellow of the American Bar Foundation (ABF). She currently serves on the Council for the Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice (CRSJ) of the American Bar Association (ABA) and as the Co-Chair of that section’s Education Committee. She also serves the Commission on Youth at Risk as the liaison from the CRSJ Section. She is a Past Chair of the Employment Law and Litigation Committee for the Tort, Trial, and Insurance Practice Section (TIPS) of the ABA and is an active member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association, and the California Bar Association. Ms. Whittenbury is also a former Board member of NCHRA (Northern California Human Resources Association) and a current member of PIHRA (Professionals in Human Resources Association), both local chapters of the Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM).