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Sexual Harassment remains a stubborn American workplace issue. What may seem “innocent and harmless” may, in fact, cost your organization thousands of dollars in fines, damages and civil penalties. Sexual Assault can get you arrested and jailed. Understanding the difference can keep you out of court and keep your employees abiding by the guidelines upheld by your organization and the law.

Veteran diversity speaker and trainer Carole Copeland Thomas will walk you through the important dos and don’ts of sexual harassment and why it matters in any workplace setting. From Fox News to Access Hollywood Audio Tapes to Bill O’Reilly, to Roger Ailes, to Bill Cosby, to antics on college campuses nationwide, sexual harassment is a menace to our society.

In This Session You’ll Learn:

1. The Difference Between Sexual Harassment and Sexual Assault

2. What Determines A Hostile Workplace

3. What’s Your Course Of Action When Faced With Sexual Harassment In The Workplace


An Important Webinar For Any Company Leader, HR Director or Organization Representative


About The Presenter

As an award-winning speaker, trainer and global thought leader, since 1987, Carole Copeland Thomas moderates the discussions of critical issues affecting the marketplace. She has her pulse on the issues affecting working professionals and regularly consults with industry leaders. She has spent 30 years cultivating relationships and partnerships with local, national and international clients, including Walmart, Amtrak State Street Corporation and Emirates Airlines. Carole is the past president of The National Speakers Association-New England Chapter and is on the leadership team of Black NSA. Carole is a blogger and social media enthusiast using various technology platforms to enhance her business development activities.

Carole graduated with honors from Emory University and has a MBA degree from Northeastern University. She holds advance certifications from the International Association of Hispanic Meeting Professionals and the International Guide Academy.

She has been featured in the New York Times, Black Enterprise and CBS News.

Carole lives outside Boston, is the author of four books and is the Past National Vice Chair of the National Black MBA Association.


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Carole Copeland Thomas, MBA, CDMP CITM, - Boston

Diversity Professional Since 1987

Past President National Speakers Association-New England Chapter

508 947-5755

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