We will cover areas of sensitivity and inclusion as well as legal considerations for protected classes and the business case for diversity. We will explore assumptions, beliefs, generalities, discrimination, prejudice, perception, and stereotypes. We will cover changing demographics and top growth groups, generational diversity, gender differences, and the differences in personality profiles. Our emphasis will be on how to maximize the different talents and perspectives of our workforce and to promote better working relationships. We will include ways to develop or enhance diversity programs, define who is responsible for diversity and give the main reasons why diversity programs succeed or fail.
This webinar will concentrate on the definition of diversity today and the many different aspects of a diverse workforce.
Why should you attend:
Although a large percentage of this behavior is unprotected by current labor law, the effects can be wide-reaching from an increase in absenteeism, medical costs, and unwanted turnover to a decrease in production, morale and reputation.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- Definition of Bullying
- Organizational culture and practices
- Profile of a bully
- Verbal bullying and slander
- Physical bullying, including gestures
- Emotional bullying and exclusion
- Bullying survey results
- Consequences for both bullies and targets
- Organizational losses
- Bullying tactics
- Proactive HR and management actions
- Eliminating undermining behaviors at work
- Creating a climate of trust
- Chief Human Resource Officers
- HR Managers, Directors, and Administrators
- Employee Relations Managers
- Training Directors