What We’ll Do
Join ONA St. Louis on Thursday, July 18, at T-REX in downtown St. Louis as we discuss how to navigate gender relations in the workplace and how to handle difficult or challenging situations.
While this event will focus on tools for women and LGBTQ+ folx to use in their workplaces, we encourage men to attend and learn how to become better allies.
What You Can Expect
Per usual, we’ll have free food, beer and nonalcoholic beverages. The event will be held at T-Rex downtown at 911 Washington Ave., Ste. 500.
There are several parking lots you can park in, take note they do cost money. In addition, T-REX has a small, free parking lot on the northwest side of the building near The Over/Under Bar and Grill.
Once you are inside the building, take the elevator to the fifth floor and head into the common area.
Please note: This event starts promptly at 6 p.m., so please arrive on time. If you have any issues finding the space or getting inside the building, please call Steph Kukuljan at 314-971-0615 or Veneta Rizvic at 314-269-6629.
5:15 to 6 p.m.
We typically give people about a half hour to arrive at the venue. Take your time to sign in, grab some food and drink, and mingle.
6 to 6:10 p.m.
At the start of every event, we update the group on any upcoming events, initiatives in the works, etc.
6:10 – 6:40
Pauline Kim, Daniel Noyes Kirby Professor of Law, is a nationally recognized expert on the law of the workplace. Her current research focuses on the use of big data and artificial intelligence in the workplace and the implications of these technologies for employee privacy and anti-discrimination law.
(Break if needed)
7:10 – 7:40
Questions are encouraged throughout the entire workshop, but we’ll save time for a brief Q&A at the end. You can also submit questions in advance to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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