With job openings across healthcare at a record high, according to a new report by the American Hospital Association, efforts to recruit and retain skilled employees can be hindered if organizations aren’t proactive in preventing sexual harassment and promoting diversity and inclusion. Adopting a modern, interactive approach to discrimination and harassment training can help healthcare HR professionals promote a respectful, inclusive workplace and improve recruiting and employee engagement.
Business Travel News, January 10, 2020 – Jan. 11 is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day, an annual opportunity for the business travel industry to review its strategy and initiatives to combat this grave violation of human rights. Establishing anti-trafficking policies, procedures and regular training can help ensure that hospitality and corporate travel executives and event professionals—and their guests and clients—can recognize the signs of human trafficking and know how to take the right steps to report their concerns.
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Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training, today announced the availability of a new training course on the Fair Labor Standards Act. Designed for managers and supervisors, the 20-minute course covers FLSA fundamentals and how they apply in the workplace.
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness of this global crime that affects millions of men, women and children every year. In addition to participating in special events and activities, including #WearBlueDay on January 11, organizations can help combat human trafficking by implementing anti-trafficking policies and procedures, and human trafficking awareness training.
Recruiter Today, January 3, 2020 – In the era of #MeToo, bystander intervention training is gaining momentum as more employers see its value as part of an effective strategy to combat sexual harassment and foster safer, more respectful, and more inclusive workplaces. But what does effective bystander intervention training look like? At its core, it should be interactive, engaging, and relevant to a 21st-century workforce.