Maya Salah


Legal administrative professionals who work to promote diversity often encounter scenarios that implicate employment laws because of their work with, and on behalf of, protected classes. In some cases, diversity initiatives raise legal questions surrounding the use of demographic data in employment decisions. 

Maya Salah will discuss the legal principles that should guide diversity and inclusion programs, what type of conduct qualifies as discrimination or harassment, how self-identification data should be used, and best practices for mitigating risk when discussing diversity in the workplace.

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Related Practices

Labor and Employment
Diversity and Inclusion Counseling