HR Technologist –The ongoing spotlight on preventing workplace harassment and improving workplace culture is an opportunity for HR professionals to try new approaches to training, writes Andrew Rawson, Chief Learning Officer and Co-Founder of Traliant. Providing employees with the knowledge, tools and practical steps to recognize and respond to the different types of harassment is key to effectively addressing this pervasive problem.
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, October 30, 2019 – Traliant, an innovator in sexual harassment training for the modern workforce, today announced the appointment of Jeff Weinstein as Chief Growth Officer. In this newly created position, Weinstein will lead the company’s initiatives to expand its technology and business partnerships and international presence.
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PEMBROKE, Bermuda, Oct. 29, 2019 – Sompo International Holdings Ltd., a Bermuda-based specialty provider of property and casualty insurance and reinsurance, announced today that it has partnered with Traliant, a provider of award-winning compliance training, to offer discounted sexual harassment prevention training to Sompo International’s qualified commercial management liability clients.
Diversity and inclusion have become key concepts in efforts to prevent workplace harassment and discrimination, and improve recruiting and retention, innovation, and business results.
However, building a more diverse and inclusive workplace remains a challenge. Glassdoor’s 2019 Diversity and Inclusion Study found that 61% of 1,100 US employees surveyed said they have witnessed or experienced discrimination based on age, race, gender or LGBTQ identity in the workplace.
On the positive side, Glassdoor’s research reports that US job listings related to diversity and inclusion are up 30% since last year, which may be an indicator of more organizations investing in D&I initiatives including diversity training. Read On
HR.com, October 27, 2019 –For a growing number of organizations, implementing an effective sexual harassment training program is not only one of the best practices for preventing harassment and improving workplace culture, it is also the law. In the wake of #MeToo, new state and local laws are requiring employers to provide sexual harassment training to all employees and managers.
With this mandate, HR professionals have an opportunity to replace the conventional, check-the-box training model with a more creative approach that complies with state and local requirements and is relevant and engaging to a 21st-century workforce.