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Location: Virtual/Online
Cost: Free

Identifying and Understanding Employment Discrimination: What is Discrimination? How Do You Recognize It? What Should You Do If You Experience It?

This workshop will focus on educating the community at-large and the re-entry community on the employment discrimination and will include a discussion of the Fair Chance Hiring Ordinance.      

Facilitator: Office of Civil Rights, City of Austin
Speaker: Gail McCant, Office of Civil Rights
Who Should Attend: Job Seekers/Community/Business Leaders/HR Managers                 

Agenda:

1:00 – 1:10 p.m. Welcome by Carol Johnson, J.D., M.A., Civil Rights Officer, City of Austin

1:10 – 1:15 p.m. Introduction (Office of Civil Rights Facilitator) 

1:15 – 1:45 p.m. Employment Discrimination Overview

1:45 – 2:15 p.m. Civil Rights Complaint Process        

2:15 – 2:30 p.m. Q/A

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This workshop is part of a four-part educational series sponsored by the Office of Civil Rights, informing the community, returning citizens, the re-entry community, employers, housing providers, businesses, and HR professionals on civil rights protections for Austinites.

This free training series seeks to empower participants with information to increase economic opportunity; prevent and reduce discrimination; support housing security; and protect the health and safety of Austin residents.

The series is designed for the reentry and marginalized communities, and will include the following critical information:

  • Fair Chance Hiring for Job Seekers
  • Fair Chance Hiring for Employers
  • Employment Discrimination Education 
  • Housing Discrimination Education
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