CANCELED – Professional Behavior in the Workplace: Understanding the Risk & Liability of Harassment

Session Type: Pre Convention Workshop


Location: Convention CenterRoom Number: 162A

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As an employer, you, your supervisors, and even your employees can be held liable for any harassment that occurs within your workplace. The results can have a lasting effect on your employees, your company’s reputation and financials, and even on your ability to attract and retain key talent within your organization. This program will take a practical look at the requirements, liability exposure, and steps employers can and should take to prevent illegal harassment in the workplace.FEE: $150


  • Keith Wheeler

    Keith Wheeler brings 25 years of human resource management experience with a strong concentration as a HR Generalist. Prior to joining USI Insurance Services (formerly Benefit Controls), Mr. Wheeler held positions as: head of human resources for a large foodservice organization with over 1,000 employees in multiple states, Vice President of Human Resource Operations for a national healthcare alliance organization with multi-state locations and over 1,500 employees, Sr. Director of Human Resources & Labor Relations in New York City, and as Director of Human Resources for a national retailer with 475 locations, 2 distribution centers, and over 4,000 employees. Mr. Wheeler is an honors graduate of Winthrop University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Mr. Wheeler holds several certifications as a Senior Professional in Human Resources. He is a frequent speaker and presenter on human resource topics for various organizations and associations. Mr. Wheeler is involved in his local community and regularly serves on a number of Non-Profit Boards.
  • Wheeler, Wes

    Wesley Wheeler

    Wesley has over 33 years of electrical experience. Prior to joining National Electrical Contractors Association, he focused on safety as an OSHA instructor and safety director for a large industrial-based electrical contractor in Florida. Wesley has taught OSHA instructor classes for NJATC and has participated in Safety training at the annual NTI for the last 5 years. Wesley has served in many capacities in his career from electrician, foreman, superintendent, estimator, project manager to safety director.