The Inclusive Workplace Series – Module 5: Understanding Intersectionality and Balancing Competing Rights
February 7, 2024 @ 12:00 pm - 1:15 pmFree
There’s no “one size fits all” approach to inclusion. Creating a truly inclusive workplace requires treating employees as individuals and respecting their unique experiences, which arise from complex combinations of relationships and identities.
This module will dissect the concepts of intersectionality and marginalization and how systems of power and privilege impact the lived experiences of many people in the workplace.
In this module, you’ll increase your understanding of overlapping identities and relationships to workplace systems and policies, as a foundational step to challenging discrimination.
HR Power Lunch: I’m afraid I can’t recommend that severance package Dave: AI and Employment Law for HR Professionals
Robert Richler will be presenting a webinar to the HRPA Windsor and District Chapter members on emerging technologies (like AI) and the power and impact they can have on HR […]
Leading in the fire service presents unique challenges. Leaders must balance the trust and camaraderie essential to a strong culture with the challenges of leading effectively. This course will equip leaders in the fire service with the knowledge and skills to conquer workplace challenges and drive positive change.
The Workplace Investigations Training & Certificate Program is an in-depth program that effectively equips participants with the ability to recognize, investigate and report the findings of complex workplace investigations.