Sponsored by Forge Search & Consulting
Topic: Mediation Strategies and the EEOC
Speaker: Drew Rogers, EEOC, Senior Federal Mediator
Registration Fee: $25
Deadline: March 29, 2023
Refunds: Cancellations must be made by March 29, 2023
in order to be fully refunded.
This presentation will give a brief overview of the laws the EEOC covers and the subsets therein. We will also discuss how a complaint becomes a charge and what dictates the direction it goes when it enters the EEOC’s pipeline. Further, we will discuss what to expect with recent changes including the "Digital Portal" and the pandemic’s impact on the mediation program. The main discussion will center on mediation and the benefits of engaging in our mediation program.
1. To understand which laws the EEOC enforces and how this affects you as a professional.
2. To understand the stratification of an EEOC charge and how it may apply to your organization.
3. To understand the pandemic’s impact on the EEOC mediation program.
4. To understand the benefits of early mediation and how it can apply to your organization.
Drew Rogers, EEOC, Senior Federal Mediator
Drew Rogers has been a Staff Mediator for the EEOC for 13 years. He transferred from the EEOC Kansas City office where he was the Staff Mediator for the St. Louis District. As a Senior Federal Mediator for the EEOC, Drew now handles the Mediation program for South Carolina out of the Greenville office. He mediates discrimination cases in both the private and federal sectors. Drew’s belief in the mission and process of the ADR program is what inspires and motivates him to help claimants and organizations find resolution in difficult matters.
Drew’s diverse background includes six years in the United States Navy as a Submariner. During his service, he was part of a select crew that built and commissioned a 3.2-billion-dollar submarine; the Nation’s only active Special Operations Submarine.
Drew holds two Master’s Degrees, one in Administrative Studies with emphasis on Human Resources and Business and one in Social Work in which he maintains licensure as a therapist. He also holds a Master’s Certification in Conflict and Dispute Resolution. Drew is state certified in civil and family mediation where he now acts as a coaching professional for other up and coming mediators. Drew enjoys the opportunity to provide outreach to a variety of professionals by speaking both individually and on panels at law conferences, SHRM events and corporate training sessions.
HR Certification Credit: GSHRM is recognized by SHRM to offer Professional Development Credits (PDCs) for SHRM-CP® or SHRM-SCP® recertification activities. This program is pending for 1 hour of SHRM re-certification credit and 1 hour of HRCI General re-certification credit. Certificates will be emailed to those in attendance after the meeting along with a Feedback Survey.
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