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Special Webinar on Ensuring a Healthy Work Environment and Combatting Bullying and Harassment
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 6:40 AM

Hosted by the Cornerstone HR Council

Harassment training is essential for all employers. With all the media attention currently on this topic, now is the perfect time to learn or refresh your knowledge in this area.

Please join us March 28 for this essential informational session called "Ensuring a Healthy Work Environment and Combatting Bullying and Harassment/Discrimination." Learn from Cornerstone SVP Regulatory Compliance Counsel Suzanne Yashewski about how to prevent bullying in the workplace and the legal standards related to harassment and discrimination in the workplace.

Date: Wednesday, March 28, 2018
Time: 2–3 p.m. CST
Register Now

The cost is only $50 for current HR Council members and $75 for non-Council members, which includes a 2018 HR Council membership.

Reserve your place now.

Your Presenter: Suzanne Yashewski
Suzanne YashewskiSuzanne Yashewski has served as counsel for Cornerstone Credit Union League since 2001. Leading the Information Central Section of Cornerstone’s Advocacy Department, she provides compliance advice to credit unions through the Information Central hotline, the Online Compliance Manual, Support Cards, newsletters, regulatory website, and more.

Additionally, Yashewski serves as a credit union advocate in the rules and regulations process with state and federal regulators, working closely with Cornerstone lobbyists to review and recommend proposed legislation during state legislative sessions.

Suzanne is a graduate of Purdue University and Indiana University School of Law. Prior to accepting her position with the League, she practiced employment law. Suzanne is a member of the following professional groups: the State Bar of Texas (including the Employment Law Section), the Austin Bar Association (including the Financial Institutions Section), and the American Bar Association (including the Employment Law Section and the Business Law Section, as well as the Credit Union Subcommittee).

If you have questions about this webinar, please contact Cristina Martinez, CU Relations administrative assistant, at or 800-442-5762, ext. 6403.