The Employment Round Tables
How it all started
The Employment Round Tables were begun in 1983 in partnership with the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH). The Employment Round Tables are composed of volunteers from businesses, public and private employers, and from labor organizations. Their purpose is to create an awareness of the problems of discrimination, harassment and retaliation in employment. The goal of the Employment Round Tables is to reduce discrimination and promote equal opportunity.
The objective of the Employment Round Tables are to:
- Enhance communications between the Department and the public.
- Provide forums that promote education, advocacy and understanding of anti-discrimination laws and practices.
- Initiate cooperative programs that preserve civil rights and expand equal opportunity in employment.
The Employment Round Tables provide:
- Seminars and conferences on discrimination, harassment, and retaliation in employment.
- Information on DFEH activities.
- Counseling and other assistance to small employers
- Special projects in response to public educational needs.
- Technical advice and input to DFEH on its procedures.
Website Accessibility & Workplace Disability Accommodation Issues
Join representatives from the Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) and our other panelists for a lunchtime discussion o website accessibility and workplace accommodations issues, focusing on visual and hearing disabilities. The program will begin with an update from the DFEH.
#MeToo at Two: Legal & Practical Changes in the Workplace
Registration: 11:30 – 12:00pm
Program: 12:00 – 3:00pm
In October 2017, the #MeToo movement went viral, exposing rampant sexual misconduct in the workplace. Fast forward two years: How has the movement impacted California employers? Join Kevin Kish, Director of the California Department of Fair Employment & Housing, and our other panelists for a timely discussion on the legal and practical changes instigated by #MeToo and best practices to ensure a healthy and compliant workplace.
Golden Gate University
536 Mission Street, 5th floor Auditorium
San Francisco, CA
Eventbrite: $70.00 (lunch included)
NCERT Board Members
NCERT’s committed board of directors and board members help us deliver on our mission and vision. We are pleased to acknowledge and thank them for their continued support of the organization.
Andrea Kelly Smethurst
Attorney / Workplace Investigator
Andre Kelly Smethurst Law, PC
DMG: Diversified Management Group
VP Human Resources
SafeAmerica Credit Union
Law Offices of Amy Oppenheimer
Senior Director, Human Resources | Compass Group
Of Counsel | Ferber Law
Director of Human Resources | Fairn & Swanson, Inc.
Attorney at Law | Wendel, Rosen, Black & Dean LLP
Employment Attorney & HR Advisor | Dillingham & Murphy, LLP
Attorney at Law | Littler Mendelson
Director | Department of Fair Employment & Housing
Senior Counsel, Global Employment Law | Sitecore
Associate General Counsel | Bio-Rad Laboratories
Partner, Employment Law | Delfino Madden O’Malley Coyle & Koewler LLP
President, Principal Consultant | EOS Human Resources
Office of General Counsel | Alameda Contra Costa Transit District
President | TruHR Business Consultants
Of Counsel | Baker & McKenzie, LLP
Of Counsel | Pacific Employment Law, LLP
Attorney, Of Counsel | Quarles & Brady LLP
Attorney at Law | Susan Zeme Employment Law
Regional Administrator | Department of Fair Employment & Housing
Our Commitment to Accessibility:
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