The Illinois law firm of O’Halloran Kosoff Geitner & Cook, LLC (OKGC) is the premier source for sexual harassment prevention training in the State of Illinois. OKGC’s Employment Practices Group has regularly provided live sexual harassment prevention training for employers throughout Illinois for over 25 years.
Effective January 1, 2020, the Illinois Workplace Transparency Act requires annual sexual harassment training for all employers who have at least one employee. Employers who do not comply with the law will be subject to civil penalties.
OKGC offers sexual harassment training compliant with Illinois law. Training is conducted by Illinois licensed attorneys with actual litigation experience handling sexual harassment complaints in federal and state court, as well as before the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, and Illinois Department of Human Rights. Classes are designed to be engaging with real-life examples of sexual harassment cases litigated in the State of Illinois. Additional training is also available for management level employees to understand their duties and obligations under the law. Following the class, attendees are given a post-test to demonstrate their knowledge and provided with certificates of attendance.
Julie A. Bruch, the Chair of OKGC Employment Practices Group, is the author of the Employment Law Column for the Illinois Association of Defense Trial Counsel’s IDC Quarterly publication. Ms. Bruch is a highly regarded speaker who travels throughout Illinois training employees and management on a variety of employment law topics, including sexual harassment. Class size varies from a few employees to large auditoriums. Ms. Bruch is an accomplished trial attorney with many favorable verdicts and decisions in employment practices cases throughout her career.
In addition to sexual harassment prevention training, OKGC attorneys can provide training on other employment law topics such as Employment Discrimination, the Fair Labor Standards Act, the Family Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, Public Employees’ Due Process Rights, Employee Drug Testing including the use of cannabis by employees, and many more.