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2019 Federal ADR Events and Materials

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Date Title of Event
March 19 What is ADR’s Crucial Role in Addressing Harassment in the Workplace?

Nearly half of all American workers have been affected by workplace bullying and harassment, either as a target or as a witness to abusive behavior against a co-worker. Unaddressed incivility and microaggressions, as well as unresolved conflicts involving bullying and harassment among co-workers, can have enormous costs to both the organization and its employees. ADR professionals are uniquely positioned to address matters involving workplace respect at the individual and systemic level. Come discover the various roles ADR can play in supporting a safe and respectful workplace.

Geetha Ravindra, JD

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