June 22, 2022
11 am - 12 pm ET
Shareholder & President, Employment Practice Solutions
Director of Training & DEI Initiatives, Employment Practice Solutions
Whether you read the book “Bad Blood” or watched the new movie series, “The Dropout,” you are most likely familiar with the story of Elizabeth Holmes, the former biotech entrepreneur who was convicted of defrauding investors who believed her claims about her groundbreaking technology.
So, what does Elizabeth Holmes have to do with investigations? It is a great example of how bias can manifest and potentially impact judgment and decision-making skills that are so critical to the investigation process.
Join Jill Rorschach, President and Shareholder at Employment Practices Solutions, Inc. and Jessica Caspe, Director of Training and DEI Initiatives, as they discuss the Elizabeth Holmes Effect and understanding biases in investigations. During this session they discuss:
Jill Rorschach, Esq. joined EPS in 2018 after serving over 20 years in various legal and Human Resources roles. Jill is a licensed attorney and has extensive experience in conducting complex investigations, facilitating training for employees, managers and HR professionals, drafting, implementation, and administration of effective workplace policies, and providing advice and guidance on HR best practices.
Jessica Caspe, Esq. joined EPS in 2012 after 10 plus years working in the field of employment and labor law. Jessica has extensive experience conducting workplace investigations, developing and facilitating training for managers and employees on various employment-related topics, and providing guidance to organizations as they implement diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives.
For every attendee, HR Acuity has donated $10 to Women For Women, an organization supporting women in Ukraine and crisis zones around the world.
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