Many organizations are now focusing on when and how to reopen, and what changes to make before employees return to the physical workplace. It’s a complicated process that involves many steps, from implementing health and safety guidelines to making employees feel as comfortable as possible navigating a changing work environment.
In this article, Andrew Rawson, Traliant’s chief learning officer and co-founder, offers six best practices to consider before reopening.
This week, as demonstrations continue following the deaths of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Breonna Taylor in Louisville, and Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) issued a resolution underscoring its commitment to address racism and workplace equality.
As protests against racism continue across the country following the death of George Floyd, organizations have an opportunity to show leadership in preventing discrimination and bias and creating a diverse and inclusive workplace.
Whether employees are working from home or in a medical facility, a modern, online harassment training program is an important factor in raising awareness about different forms of discrimination and harassment — including cyber harassment and cyber bullying — and helping staff transition back to a safe, respectful workplace. In this article, Andrew Rawson, Traliant’s chief learning officer and co-founder, discusses ways to make online training more interactive and engaging, which can help foster positive behavior during these stressful times and beyond.