Now that the dust has settled from the transition into the 2020s, let’s take one last look at the mergers, acquisitions and investments of 2019, this time focusing on the fourth quarter.
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Sexual harassment has become an all too common narrative in today’s work environment, as organizations fail to create respectful workplaces. As a result, more states are doubling down on sexual harassment prevention training requirements for employers.
#MeToo has lifted a burden of pain and shame for millions of female employees, empowering many to demand justice and safe working conditions. But #MeToo has also led many men to feel scared to mentor, sponsor or even work with women.
As we enter the 2020s, it’s a good time to consider what the future of work looks like — and to make sure it brings equal opportunity to everyone.
Things move faster now. The volume of data available to us is nearly infinite, with access times measured in milliseconds. . We all end up with more on our plates, more to consume and more to digest.
As January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month, let’s look at how training can help organizations combat what is not only an organizational issue but a human one.
Businesses have been talking about diversity in the workforce for a few decades now, and maybe longer. When diversity first became a hot topic, businesses were discussing why having a diverse workforce was beneficial and how to go about growing one fairly.
Executives are eager to tout their understanding that diversity drives innovation. But that’s just step 1. While hiring a diverse workforce is critical, the key to lasting results is creating a culture where people of all backgrounds feel included.
Unconscious bias training is grounded in a commitment to the advantages of workforce diversity, which include fostering increased creativity, enhancing teamwork, and achieving exemplary customer service and community relations.
In order to avoid pitfalls, it is important to take a deep dive into your onboarding programs and consider when new hires are receiving mandatory training. As you do so, here are four items to consider. The first item to consider is time.