Webinars for Business Owners & Employees⠀

The Prinz Law Firm offers a variety of webinars for continuing education and training! Our offerings are geared toward employees, employers, professionals, and the general public, with topics ranging from preventing workplace sexual harassment to tips on how to prevail in difficult negotiations.

Click below for a brief, animated introduction to our workplace policy and culture training. Although our firm trains on a variety of topics, this video focuses on workplace harassment, and will give you an idea of the sorts of issues we might discuss in an in-person or webinar-based training.

Feel free to browse our offerings below the video. Fill out the inquiry form or call (312) 345-6603 to register yourself or your workplace for a webinar today!


We don’t provide your standard HR training. Our seminars are led by seasoned attorneys who have litigated and tried cases that form the basis for our courses. Our work with both employees and employers helps us understand the nuances of the myriad of claims which arise in the course of employment and business relationships. We have seen, first-hand, how ineffective policies and untrained managers can have a deleterious impact on your business - leading to unnecessary liability for avoidable claims.

Armed with this valuable insight, we help empower your managers with strategies to affect your policies in a positive, inclusive manner. Through a thoughtful pre-training process, we strive to understand your team dynamics so we can best poise your team to avoid common pitfalls and implement strategies for success.



Sexual Harassment Prevention

This webinar will help employees understand workplace harassment and ensure that they are creating workspaces that are healthy and productive. Viewers will learn to identify what constitutes harassment in the workplace, and sexual harassment in particular, and explore why anti-harassment training is necessary. Participants will also learn how to prevent harassment in the workplace, and how they can create and cultivate a positive culture in their workplace where everyone can thrive.

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Bystander Intervention Training

Empower your team with essential skills through our Bystander Intervention Training. Our online course offers flexible, engaging training for employees, equipping them with the tools to effectively intervene in and prevent workplace harassment and violence. This training fulfills the City of Chicago's bystander training requirements. Purchase seats now and foster a safer, more respectful work environment for your organization.

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Workplace Investigations

Swiftly responding to complaints of misconduct or impropriety with a workplace investigation tailored to your business’ unique circumstances helps to promote a healthy workplace culture and communicates that you value your employees. In addition to rectifying an employee complaint, the positive byproducts of investigating employee misconduct include:

  • Fostering a culture of transparency and accountability.
  • Employees seeing that you take their concerns seriously.
  • Employees feeling safe, secure, and respected at work.
  • Employees observing the company following its own policies and procedures, as well as the law.

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Understanding Non-Competes (coming soon!)

Non-Compete Agreement

Negotiations (coming soon!)

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Changes to Employee Status During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Compensation, Furloughs, and Layoffs

Click on the image below to view our open-access recording of a live webinar held on March 27th in which Kristen Prinz answered questions from business owners and managers about changes in employee status as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. Keep an eye on our blog and subscribe to our media feed for the latest updates.


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