Sejal Thakkar

Sejal Thakkar

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Employment Law Attorney

Chief Civility Officer

Legal Training Ninja


Want to reduce harassment at work?

Solid Foundation

Solid Foundation

Solid Foundation

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Does the new focus on civility suggest the need for updated, preventative training- beyond just checking the box? YES!

A solid foundation begins by combining knowledge, training and clear expectations about unacceptable conduct and its consequences.  


It’s easy to underestimate the importance of providing training to all employees, at every level of the organization. Yet, the cost of taking preventative measures to avoid potential exposure for claims is minimal, compared to the costs you could face in defending a claim of harassment or discrimination. 

Respect

Solid Foundation

Solid Foundation

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Are you working to change the culture of your company? First, you need to build a solid foundation centered around respect in the workplace. It is important to assess the workplace environment as heavy demands and pressures to meet goals and deadlines can lead to dismissive, demeaning, and disrespectful conduct.  


Policies or training alone won’t change behavior. Aligning goals with clearly stated workplace values is vital to fostering a healthy work environment. 

Civility

Solid Foundation

Civility

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Civility in the workplace enables employees to feel safe expressing their ideas and fosters organizational cohesion. 


A solid foundation requires  consistent, effective, and ongoing training to all employees to promote a respectful workplace in which everyone feels valued, is treated with civility, without the fear of reprisal by management.

It’s up to all of us!

Testimonial

"Sejal is amazing! I have spent over 10 years searching for a trainer to partner with that gets what attendees need to learn and how to effectively deliver training content. One of the highlights of my career has been to work with and mentor Sejal. She is that rare breed of trainer who uses stories and vignettes that are relatable to what managers and non-managers actually go through in the workplace.


Ways I can describe Sejal: high energy, intuitive, spontaneous, knowledgeable, inquisitive, sensitive and thoughtful. She injects humor in a professional manner and engages audiences so that they actually want to keep listening. They want to learn. She gets them to think. Sejal uses her employment law background to weave in teachable moments that will last a lifetime. My clients love Sejal and I look forward to partnering with Sejal for years to come." 


                                                Allison West, Esq., SPHR, SHRM-SCP. 


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