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Strategies for Employee Retention/Combatting unconscious bias in the workplace

Meeting Description:

Strategies for Employee Retention/Combatting unconscious bias in the workplace

Wednesday, November 14, 2018 at 1 PM ET

Presented by Aaron Gelb and Dan Deacon

The cost of worker attrition weakens a company’s bottom-line profits.  Between lost productivity, recruitment costs, and training costs, employee turnover ends up costing companies millions of dollars annually.  This webinar will discuss various strategies to help companies recruit, retain and advance highly performing employees to alleviate the burden of dealing with never-ending employee turnover and create stability in your workforce.  This webinar will also address unconscious bias at work, and show how your company can promote self-aware decision making, designed to further improve your ability to recruit and retain highly successful employees.  


Date: Wed, Nov 14, 2018
Time: 01:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): Aaron Gelb and Dan Deacon
 Presenter Information
Aaron Gelb

Aaron R. Gelb Heads Conn Maciel Carey’s new Chicago office.  His practice specializes in labor & employment and OSHA litigation. Aaron advises employers through inspections, investigations, and enforcement actions involving fed OSHA and state OSH programs, and manages the full range of litigation against OSHA. He also has extensive experience litigating equal employment opportunity matters in federal and state courts, having tried numerous cases to verdict and defended employers before the EEOC as well as fair employment agencies nationwide. 

Dan Deacon
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 Daniel C. Deacon is an Associate in the Washington, DC office of Conn Maciel Carey, working in both the Labor and Employment and OSHA • Workplace Safety Practice Groups.  Dan's practice focuses on all aspects of occupational safety & health law and labor and employment law.  He represents employers in inspections, investigations and enforcement actions involving OSHA and other state and local safety related agencies.