Workplace Sexual Harassment in a #MeToo Society
Leah Setzen, Esq., a partner with Grunyk Family Law, spoke on February 26, 2018, at the Naperville Chamber of Commerce General Membership Luncheon that was held at the Hilton Lisle/Naperville where she and a panel helped define what constitutes harassment, some subtle signs that sexual harassment exists in your workplace, what you should do when situations rise to the level of violating the law, and how to create a workplace culture that does not tolerate harassment.
Listen to one of our very own Leah Setzen, Esq. on WBBM News Radio to learn more.
Most Americans do not think sexual harassment could possibly be a problem in their own workplace – though, according to a recent NBC News poll, everyone knows it is pretty much happening everywhere. We are in the midst of a national conversation about sexual harassment; particularly in the workplace. Sexual harassment, especially when it’s happening to you or around you, isn’t always so clear-cut and obvious and there is still some confusion over when a line has been crossed.
In this presentation hosted by the Naperville Chamber of Commerce, a panel including our very own Leah Setzen, will help define what constitutes harassment, some subtle signs that sexual harassment exists in your workplace, what you should do when situations rise to the level of violating the law, and how to create a workplace culture that does not tolerate harassment.
Leah Setzen, Esq., is a partner at Grunyk Family Law, a family law firm in Naperville, Illinois. Ms. Setzen’s practice focuses on all aspects of family law, including divorce, custody, guardianships, adoptions, surrogacies, legal separation, prenuptial agreements, mediation and appellate work. Ms. Setzen regularly presents changes and updates to the law to local advocacy, support group, and mental health professionals.