Webinar: Talent Reviews Are Now A Huge Legal Risk!

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When? Thursday, March 28 at 2pm ET | 11am PT

Last month, a federal court ruled that decisions about employees by upper management exercising “unfettered discretion” may qualify for certification in Title VII class action suits. This decision is part of a growing body of case law that challenges traditional talent management practices (i.e., talent reviews, high-potential identification, and succession planning) turning them into a multi-million-dollar legal risk for many corporations. Last year alone, the EEOC filed 199 discrimination law suits and secured $505 million for discrimination victims through litigation and settlements.  

In this webinar, we will discuss:

  • The significance and implications of the Woods-Early v. Corning Inc. ruling for common talent management practices, such as talent reviews, high-potential nominations, and succession planning

  • How to determine if your current talent management practices result in disparate (adverse) impact against a protected group

  • How to minimize your legal risk by bringing in objective metrics into the talent management process

About the Presenters


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Martin Lanik is the Chief Executive Officer at Pinsight. He holds a Ph.D. in industrial/organizational psychology from Colorado State University.

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Michelle Brown is the Vice President of Client Success at Pinsight. She hold an Executive MBA from University of Denver.

 

Pinsight’s mission is to bring fairness to leader selection, development, and succession through unbiased people insights and highly personalized leadership development solutions. More than 100 companies - including AIG and CenturyLink – have implemented their programs, which have been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, Chief Executive, Chief Learning Officer, and Monster.com. Learn more at www.pinsight.com

 

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