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The EEOC is offering a webinar April 10 beginning at noon Central time on mental health issues in the workplace titled “creating inclusive workplaces for individuals with hidden disabilities.”

Topics are to include potential complexities that may arise in employee limitations; identifying root causes; EEOC guidance; and reasonable accommodations.

Separately, the EEOC is offering a webinar April 18 beginning at 1 p.m. Central time for HR professionals, attorneys, managers, and supervisors on compliance with EEO laws, as well as anti-discrimination training, EEO investigations, inclusive organization culture, and recent developments in EEO law.

More information and registration for the former is here and for the latter is here. Both have been approved for federal counselor or investigator training credits, the EEOC said.

 

 

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