The Florida Commission on Human Relations to hold an informative conference for
HR managers, business owners, employers and lawyers
Who: The Florida Commission on Human Relations and the Association to Preserve African American Society, History and Tradition
What: Florida Employment Law Conference:
An educational event designed to keep human resources professionals, employers, managers and lawyers knowledgeable about state and federal anti-discrimination laws. This year’s conference will include educational workshops about the recent amendments made to the Americans with Disabilities Act, sexual harassment, the Florida Whistle-blower Act, navigating the FCHR complaint process, a comprehensive diversity training of trainers workshop and much more. A full schedule can be found at http://fchr.state.fl.us .
When: December 8-10, 2009 (early registration begins on Sunday, December 7th at 3:00 pm)
Where: Florida Hotel and Conference Center
1500 Sandlake Rd.
Orlando, Florida 32809
The Florida Commission on Human Relations, established in 1969, is the state agency charged with enforcing the Florida Civil Rights Act and Fair Housing Act. The purpose of these laws is to protect the people of Florida from discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, marital status or familial status. Fair treatment, equal access and mutual respect are the benchmarks of the Commission’s commitment. Through education, outreach and partnerships, the Commission works to prevent discrimination and fostering cultural understanding in communities statewide.
For more information visit http://fchr.state.fl.us