Month: August 2020

Traliant Announces Bite-Sized Diversity & Inclusion Videos

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Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced new episodes to the Traliant Sparks video series, covering unconscious bias, microaggressions, inclusion, bystander intervention, allyship and respectful communications, among other topics.

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State COVID-19 training laws create additional reopening challenge

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HR Dive, August 25, 2020 – At least 16 states have adopted some form of COVID-19 training requirements for employees. In addition to ensuring workers understand these requirements, employers must also pay attention to how workers are adjusting to the workplace overall.

Traliant’s Chief Learning Officer Andrew Rawson offers insights into the state laws and the need for training to address employee stress and prepare them emotionally and psychologically to return.

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The critical first step to building strong organizational DEI

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Chief Learning Officer, August 21, 2020 – Many organizations have publicly pledged to better weave diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives and programs throughout all levels of the business in order to establish a more supportive, inclusive culture.

However, in order for these programs to be effective, employees must be able to safely and authentically show up and feel safe at work.  In this article that explores initiatives to address racism, discrimination and bias, Traliant Chief Learning Officer Andrew Rawson discusses the demand for more modern diversity training that can hold up a mirror and encourage employees to think about difficult and uncomfortable topics like racism, and reflect upon their own attitudes and behaviors.

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10 Diversity & Inclusion Terms Employees Should Know

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Diversity & Inclusion Terms Employees Should Know

One of the ways that diversity training can help organizations move along the diversity, equity and inclusion journey is to help employees understand what these terms and concepts mean, why they’re important, and how they affect behavior and decisions at every level in the organization.

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