Regina M. Ryan founded DHS in 2014 to provide specialized and interactive training services to educate employees on issues of discrimination, sexual harassment, retaliation and other employment related matters.
In addition, she recognized the need for employers to complete independent investigations when confronted with employee disputes. In response, DHS conducts impartial investigations to determine whether an employee has violated a policy or the law.
Beyond trainings and investigations, DHS consults with employers to review policies, develop positive workplace environments and mediate internal employment disputes.
Since 1993, Ms. Ryan practiced law at Louison, Costello, Condon & Pfaff where she specialized in employment litigation. In addition to her litigation experience, Ms. Ryan has completed multiple MCAD certified training courses for conducting investigations and trainings related to discrimination and/or harassment in the workplace.
Ms. Ryan been a featured speaker at many conferences focusing on topics including sexual harassment and discrimination in the workplace.
DHS is unique because Ms. Ryan brings 26 years of trial experience to her training sessions, investigations and consulting.
At the training sessions employees enjoy the benefit of hearing real world examples of discrimination and/or harassment claims. Further, when Ms. Ryan conducts investigation interviews, strategies and techniques gained from completing depositions and witness examinations assist in assessing credibility and capturing critical information. Moreover, her knowledge of employment law is critical to making findings of fact, conclusions and recommendations.
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