2020 has brought about changes no one could predict. For many HR leaders, the challenges were (and are) many. Among them: adapting to working, managing and communicating with a remote workforce amid a global pandemic, addressing racism and diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), and complying with new sexual harassment training requirements. Read On
Is training employees on information security on your year-end checklist? It should be. With more people working from home due to COVID-19, and the added distractions of the holiday season, it’s critical that employees know how to keep data and devices secure and stay alert to phishing attacks. Read On
Whether an organization has 30 employees or 30,000, bribery and corruption can occur on a large or small scale and in a wide range of situations. On the large-scale side, a recent case offers some lessons in the importance of anti-bribery and anti-corruption training as part of a comprehensive compliance program.Read On
More organizations are embracing allyship as a potent aspect of their diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) strategy and initiatives. Allies in the workplace can be DEI champions by serving as mentors or sponsors to employees from marginalized groups, who may feel their ideas and contributions aren’t being recognized because of their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, disability or other characteristic. Read On
Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced updates to its unconscious bias training. The new version has been expanded to cover many of the most common types of bias, with examples, strategies and practices to help employees reduce the influence of bias on workplace decisions and actions. Effectively managing unconscious bias (or implicit bias) is a top priority for HR leaders, as organizations seek to improve diversity, equity and inclusion.