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Retaliation And Other Ways To Get Into Hot Water, 11/29, Missoula

November 18, 2016View for printing

Protect your business from Disability and Retaliation Discrimination Claims.

Disability discrimination and retaliation are the top two areas for discrimination complaints filed in Montana.

It is vital that businesses understand their legal duties when it comes to disability discrimination and providing reasonable accommodations in the workplace. This, combined with increasing retaliation complaints highlight how complex this issue has become and how businesses are at increased risk. This seminar will provide resources and education for you to learn the best ways to protect your business and limit your liability.

Register Today!

Tuesday, November 29, 2016 | 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm Double Tree Hotel | 100 Madison | Missoula

$45.00 per person

For more information or to register contact Deborah Gass at dgass@mt.gov or at 406-542-5751,

You can also register online at the Big Sky SHRM website at http://www.bigskyshrm.org.

Submitted for SHRM and HRCI credits

Our Presenters:

Stacey Weldele-Wade and Tim Little of the Montana Human Rights Bureau

Tim Little: Tim is a native Montanan and double alumnus of the University of Montana (B.A., History 2001 and J.D. 2006). After law school, Tim accepted an Equal Justice Works attorney fellowship at Montana Legal Services Association where he developed a state-wide self-help family law clinic for low income Montanans. In 2009, he began working for the Department of Labor & Industry as an investigator for the Human Rights Bureau. Tim currently serves as legal counsel for the Human Rights Bureau and the Board of Personnel Appeals where his practice focuses on enforcement of nondiscrimination laws, review of collective bargaining disputes and a variety of other employment law matters.

Stacey Weldele-Wade: Stacey is the Voluntary Resolution and Outreach Coordinator for the Montana Human Rights Bureau, a position that was created in 2014. Prior to taking this position, Stacey had her own law practice litigating cases on behalf of both employees and employers as well as being engaged in private mediations. Stacey has 30+ years of litigation experience in Montana state and federal district courts, as well as appellate matters in the Montana Supreme Court and Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Stacey is married to her high school sweetheart, Jon, and both are native Montanans. They have two grown children, a son who graduated from the U.S. Air Force Academy, and more recently, from the University of Montana School of Law and is now engaged in a private law practice in Missoula, and a daughter who graduated from Green River College in Washington and now provides CART captioning services for hearing impaired students at the University of Montana. Stacey works out of the Bureau's Missoula office.
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