What you need to know to prevent sexual harassment in the work place.
An award-winning and energetic speaker, Eric has trained literally thousands of employees, managers, professionals, and executives on sexual harassment prevention.
What makes Eric’s sexual harassment prevention classes different?
1) Eric treats course participants as adults who want to do their jobs and do them well. Eric does not do “sensitivity training.” He does not talk down to you as if you are the next serial harasser in waiting. No, you will be treated as the professional you are.
2) Eric believes that people want to do their jobs. So, he provides the tools do them free of harassment.
3) Eric believes that it is good to admit that a job is to make goods or provide services at the most efficient manner possible to minimize costs and maximize profits.
4) Eric believes that once employees, managers, professionals and executives know the statistics that sexual harassment destroys productivity, curtails creativity, limits communication, and destroys unit cohesiveness, that all will be more likely to prevent harassment before it begins.
Eric is a graduate of Baylor University School of Law, cum laude, where he was on Law Review and in the Order of Coif. Eric’s 24-year legal career has combined employment law and civil litigation. Eric has trained employees from the factory floor to the board room. In the courtroom, Eric has gained jury verdicts for his clients in excess of $30 million and successfully defended employers from over $20 million in alleged employment damages.
Licensed to practice law since 1995, Eric currently is licensed in the United States Supreme Court; four US Circuit Courts of Appeal, ten US. District Courts across the nation, and in his home state of Texas.
A veteran of Operation Desert Shield, Eric served as a Naval Flight Officer flying A-6E Intruders from the carriers USS Independence and USS Constellation in Attack Squadron 196. Eric ended his naval career with 148 carrier landings, including 54 at night.