Diversity training or DEI training (diversity, equity and inclusion) is taking on new urgency as many organizations tackle the COVID-19 pandemic and a growing social movement to make systemic changes to address racism and injustice. While there are no simple answers or check-the-box solutions, for HR leaders and other decision makers, this is an opportunity to strengthen diversity and inclusion efforts and reinforce the organization’s commitment to positive change.
Human Resource Executive, July 13, 2020 – Many employees re-entering the workplace in this COVID-19 environment are encountering an onslaught of new and creative HR strategies and technologies. Traliant’s Chief Learning Officer Andrew Rawson discusses how training that addresses the physical and psychological impact of the pandemic can help prepare employees for the changes they may experience and reduce their anxiety, fear or even shock.
Construction Business Owner, July 9, 2020 – While some construction business owners may be facing delays and uncertainties caused by COVID-19, the current slowdown is an opportunity to get ahead of approaching deadlines for sexual harassment training, and roll out other initiatives to reinforce company values, principles and culture.
Traliant’s Chief Learning Officer Andrew Rawson offers six tips to make sexual harassment training more relevant and effective for construction employees and managers.
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, July 10, 2020 – Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced a new training course for managers on the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and the new Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which expands the FMLA with paid sick and family leave provisions related to COVID-19.
The Washington Post, July 8, 2020 – Traliant’s Chief Learning Officer Andrew Rawson spoke with The Washington Post about the increased demand for anti-racism training and the new focus on diversity, inclusion and unconscious bias in the workplace.