Don’t wait until it’s too late. There are steps you can take now to protect you and your business from costly litigation. This program will provide training and education on sexual harassment awareness and prevention for all supervisory personnel as required by Connecticut law.

This program is designed for all decision makers with employee relations responsibilities, including in-house counsel, managers, human resources and personnel/employee relations professionals. Attendees will be provided with a certificate upon completion.*

This program will satisfy the requirements of Connecticut law and will include the following topics:

  • Federal and State Statutory and Regulatory Provisions
  • Types of Conduct That May Constitute Sexual Harassment
  • Development of an Effective Sexual Harassment Policy
  • Procedures for Receiving and Investigating Complaints

* In order to satisfy state sexual harassment prevention training requirements, if applicable to employer, attendees must arrive on time and attend the full two-hour session.

Sessions:

10/17/2013
7:45 AM – 10:00 AM

Shipman & Goodwin
Hartford Office
Courtroom – 20th Floor
One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT
Registration is closed for this session.

10/23/2013
7:45 AM – 10:00 AM

Shipman & Goodwin
Hartford Office
Courtroom – 20th Floor
One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT
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10/17/2013
1:15 PM – 3:30 PM

Shipman & Goodwin
Stamford Office
Charter Oak Room
300 Atlantic Street
Stamford, CT
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10/31/2013
7:45 AM – 10:00 AM

Shipman & Goodwin
Hartford Office
Courtroom – 20th Floor
One Constitution Plaza
Hartford, CT
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Photo of Anne H. Littlefield Anne H. Littlefield

Anne represents schools in labor relations, employment and education law, including collective bargaining, personnel policies and practices, constitutional law, special education, student discipline, freedom of information, and education policies. She negotiates collective bargaining agreements on behalf of schools, including representation in interest arbitration…

Anne represents schools in labor relations, employment and education law, including collective bargaining, personnel policies and practices, constitutional law, special education, student discipline, freedom of information, and education policies. She negotiates collective bargaining agreements on behalf of schools, including representation in interest arbitration proceedings as needed. Anne works with schools to address issues such as bullying and sexual harassment. She is often called upon to advise schools regarding professional boundaries and child abuse and neglect issues.  In her role as general counsel to boards of education around the state, Anne facilitates self-evaluation and goal-setting sessions. She also leads Shipman & Goodwin’s model policy project, which provides policy support and guidance to a number of school districts.

Anne serves as General Counsel to Shipman & Goodwin. From 2010 through 2017, she was Co-Chair of the firm’s School Law Practice Group, and from 2011 through 2017, she served on the firm’s seven-member Management Committee.