Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Program - Kosher Style

Workplace Harassment: Policies, Protocols & Prosecutions. Thursday, July 12, 2007, 4:00-6:30 pm.

New York, NY, July 12, 2007 --( On Thursday July 12th, The Institute of American and Talmudic Law (IAT Law) will be hosting a Sexual Harassment Prevention Training Program, which will include the Bible's perspective on this high-profile issue.

IAT Law primarily provides entertaining CLE seminars for attorneys; however, this program can be useful for all those in an office environment

This seminar plans to educate both employers and employees - covering the prohibition of harassment as well as appropriate behavior in the workplace.

Employers should attend this seminar to see a sampling of a proper harassment compliance training program; Employees who require such training are urged to attend this seminar as well.

The featured speaker will be Andrew J. Lauer Esq., an expert in the field of employment law. Andrew J. Lauer is a partner in his firm’s Labor and Employment group, focusing exclusively in the area of employment law, including: litigation, arbitration, investigations, employment contracts, discrimination law compliance, wage and hour laws, employment policies and agreements, employment training, employee hiring, termination and discipline and human resource consultations. Mr. Lauer has published several articles and has conducted training and seminars in the area of employment law throughout the . Mr. Lauer has also been certified as a Master Facilitator in Employment and Management Training by a nationally recognized training vendor. He has substantial expertise in customizing and presenting employment training programs to suit the individual needs of his clients.

The seminar will be followed by a complimentary buffet dinner. Special group rates and rates for non-attorneys are available.

For more Information please contact: (212)-986-1114 or (888) 937-5060

For Immediate Release:
July 10, 2007
Contact: Rabbi Noach Heber
Institute for American and Talmudic Law

The Institute of American & Talmudic Law
Noah Heber