Our recent webinars focused on the current challenges and organizational solutions in diversity and inclusion and one main takeaway is that this is not a topic that fits neatly into a 60min webinar format. Join us in continuing the conversation where our speakers answer some of the many questions that were asked.
‘Tis the season for business owners and executives to think about what gifts to give to vendors, top clients or customers, and employees.
Knowing about, honoring, and protecting religiously held beliefs and related practice serves us all regardless of our faith.
The combined organization will help more companies build and implement effective Diversity and Inclusion programs and cultivate an inclusive ethical culture during these unprecedented times of social change.
Language can lead to better learning outcomes and policy and behavior changes, making it easier to value people with humanity and inclusion who are different.
As of November 2, 2020, at least seventeen states have a regulation or recommendation that employers conduct training for some or all of their workforce on COVID-19 protocol.
With the US election season ending this week, we now return to our regularly-scheduled programming—or, in other words, back to work. Or do we? In fact, after the election is over and leaders are chosen, heated discussions about politics don’t necessarily end. It’s true that leaders have an outsized influence on the tone of a […]
Legislative Update: California Extends Time Period for Implementing Harassment Training for All Employees
On Friday, August 30, 2019 California Governor Gavin Newsome signed into law SB 778, which amends the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.
Nearly everyone would agree that 2020 has been a year filled with twists that have turned the HR world on its head. Just when the employment law community felt we had a handle on COVID-19 policy compliance, the world was shocked by heartbreaking displays of police brutality and racial insensitivity. When one round of protests […]
Business leaders have spent the better part of the last three years assessing their compliance needs in response to increased legislation requiring sexual harassment training.