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Course length: 
11-30
Course type:
Full Length Course
Category: 
Employment Law Training
Audience: 
All Learners
Topic: 
Diversity & Inclusion
Format: 
Vector Animation

Having an ethical workplace means not only complying with policies that promote equal opportunity and prevent harassment, but also treating others with dignity, compassion and respect. This course examines how some actions – even if well intended – can be interpreted as demonstrating a lack of respect. It explores nuances related to cultural, social and gender stereotypes, provides a fresh look at some everyday work situations and offers insight into decision-making that’s based on awareness, sensitivity and mutual respect.

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  • All Learners
All Learners

Key concepts covered in this course:

  • The organizational commitment to a diverse workforce
  • The importance of respect
  • The impact of words
  • Positive approaches for handling different cultural points of view, including clear communication and asking questions
  • Avoiding assumptions and generalizations about groups of people
  • The dangers or reinforcing gender and lifestyle stereotypes
  • Assigning work based on experience and ability, not on personal characteristics

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