In today’s multigenerational, multicultural workplace, promoting diversity and inclusion (D&I) contributes to an organization’s success and helps foster a more respectful, harassment-free culture. The concepts of D&I are closely linked, however, they aren’t the same and the difference is important. Diversity training can help employees gain a deeper understanding of the benefits of both diversity and inclusive-thinking and how to apply D&I principles in their interactions with co-workers, customers, colleagues and business partners.
SHRM defines diversity as “the collective mixture of differences and similarities that includes, for example, individual and organizational characteristics, values, beliefs, experiences, backgrounds, preferences, and behaviors.” Inclusion is “the achievement of a work environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully, have equal access to opportunities and resources, and can contribute fully to the organization’s success.” There’s also the bumper sticker version: “Diversity is being invited to the party, while inclusion is being asked to dance.” Read On
More than 18,000 HR professionals and business leaders from around the world are expected to convene in Las Vegas for the 2019 SHRM Annual Conference & Exposition, June 23-26. The theme, “Creating Better Workplaces,” should prompt a lot of conversations, particularly about how to effectively address and prevent sexual harassment.
Regardless of an organization’s industry or whether its workforce is local, regional, national or global, sexual harassment training is an important component of creating better workplaces. Consider these five ways that training can: Read On
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, June 21, 2019 – Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training, today announced the company will be showcasing its award-winning workplace harassment training at the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) 2019 Annual Conference and Exposition, June 23-26, in Las Vegas.
Attendees can meet with Traliant in booth #824 in the exhibition hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center.
“The SHRM conference is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to share ideas and best practices for addressing workplace challenges, such as preventing sexual harassment and creating respectful, inclusive cultures,” said Mike Pallatta, Traliant CEO and Co-Founder. “I look forward to conversations with attendees about our new approach to sexual harassment training, and how we are helping thousands of organizations comply with new state training requirements.”
June is Pride Month, an annual event that commemorates the contributions of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals. 2019 also marks the 50th anniversary of the 1969 uprising at the Stonewall Inn in New York City, which ushered in the LGBTQ movement for equality, according to the Library of Congress. For HR professionals, Pride Month is a great time to train employees ondiversity and inclusion, unconscious bias, and other workplace conduct issues, as part of a holistic approach to preventingworkplace discrimination and harassment.
Strategies and best practices for addressing LGBTQ+ workplace issues is one of the session topics at the 2019 SHRM Annual Conference, June 23-26, in Las Vegas. Traliant will be showcasing its Preventing Discrimination and Harassment Training Suite at the conference in Booth #824.Read On
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, June 11, 2019 – Traliant, a provider of online sexual harassment training, today announced the release of a global edition of its award-winning Preventing Discrimination and Harassment training. The new course helps organizations meet the challenge of engaging a global workforce to recognize, report and prevent misconduct and promote an ethical, harassment-free culture – regardless of location or business environment.
Preventing Discrimination and Harassment: Global Edition features Traliant’s signature interactive episodes and video scenarios, which explore important workplace topics including sexual harassment, discrimination and bystander intervention.