UCLA Labor Center

Workplace Justice Summit III

Publish date: September 2, 2016

Black Worker Center
In collaboration with the California Department of Fair Employment & Housing, the UCLA Labor Center and other local community organizations and worker centers are coming together to host the Workplace Justice Summit III: Combating Discrimination and Retaliation.


This free, two day summit will:

  • radically increase your understanding of the law
  • establish effective communication and relationships with government agencies who enforce the law
  • build capacity to navigate complex and overlapping workplace violations and agency jurisdiction
Day 1 – September 7th, 9 am to 4 pm – for an opening plenary and concurrent workshops. Learn the mechanics of the law and the legal claim process, and tips to navigate overlapping violations and jurisdictions.
Day 2- September 8th, 9:00 am to 1:30 pm – to get trained in effective workplace investigations and learn about emerging areas of anti-discrimination law.

Held at the Holman United Methodist Church

Agenda & Speaker Bios

See the agenda  for detailed information on the workshops, panels and plenaries.

Take a look at the rest of our panelist biographies.

Presentation Materials

Better Supporting Survivors with a Comprehensive Approach

Concurrent Trainings

Emerging Law: Transgender Issues

OFCCP_Workplace Rights

OFCCP News Release

Basic Workplace Investigations Presentation Slides

Workplace Compensation & Disability Discrimination

US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

National Origin Discrimination

Pregnancy Discrimination

Protected Concerted Activity Under NRLA

Race and Color Discrimination in the Workplace

Religious Discrimination

Gender Discrimination

Workers Comp & FEHA

Sexual Harrassment

NELP- The Disparate Impacts of Background Checks


Interested? This summit is completely free and open to the public. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

You can RSVP here, or see the Workplace Justice Summit III Flyer for more information.
Questions or concerns? Please email Tia Koonse at tia.koonse@ucla.edu.