After a year of navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic and racial and social justice movements, many organizations are starting to welcome employees back to the workplace. Along with taking steps to ensure employees’ health and safety, HR leaders should also make diversity and inclusion training part of the reboarding process. Read On
As the business environment becomes more global — and the workplace more multicultural — the ability to interact effectively with people who have different backgrounds, values and experiences is fundamental to creating an inclusive workplace. Like diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), achieving cultural competence is a long-term process of learning, listening, understanding and adapting. Providing employees and managers with cultural competency training is one of the ways that organizations can foster cultural awareness and enjoy its many benefits. Read On
Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced the availability of a new course on cultural competency and cultural humility. Cultural competency training helps employees develop an understanding and respect for people with different cultures, and rise above biases that can hinder diversity, equity and inclusion and lead to discrimination.
With more people working from home due to COVID-19, identifying employees who are under the influence of drugs and alcohol at work is more challenging for employers. Training managers and employees on how to spot the warning signs of drugs and alcohol in the workplace is one of the proactive steps that organizations can take to keep staff safe and productive and help individuals who may be struggling with addiction. Drug and alcohol awareness training also reinforces an organization’s policy that using drugs or alcohol at work is not allowed, no matter the work location. Read On
Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training and diversity training, today announced the company is ranked No. 22 on Inc. Magazine’s 2021 list of the fastest-growing California-based private companies. An extension of the annual Inc. 5000 franchise, this regional list represents the most successful companies within the California economy’s most dynamic segment—its independent businesses.
“Being recognized as a growth leader reflects the collective efforts of the Traliant team whose optimism, exceptional focus and ability to build deep relationships with customers and partners has enabled us to thrive amid a global pandemic,” said Mike Pallatta, Traliant CEO and Co-Founder.