Human Resources Law: A Practitioner Course

DAS offers a 1.5-day course in employment law for U.S. human resource specialists. This course begins with a review of all of the major federal acts pertaining to employment law, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and important cases dealing with employment. The second half of the course is concerned with affirmative action and employment discrimination including harassment. The course concludes with a section on performance evaluation and the forms and legality of testing. Because this course deals only with U.S. law, it is taught only in the United States.

The fee for this course is $450 US per participant.  Because this course includes several computerized exercises, we suggest that each participant bring his/her laptop. If a student does not have a laptop, we will provide one. The class finishes at approximately noon on the second day to allow the participants to catch afternoon flights.