How To Create A Respectful Workplace
Workplace Training Solutions Newsletter - June 2020
The Respectful Workplace: Manager Version
Creating and maintaining a healthy and respectful workplace requires everyone working together. Watch your way through a series of short courses that will help you determine what discrimination and harassment in the workplace looks like, what to do if you experience it, and how to prevent it from happening in the first place.

This course helps managers specifically navigate through tough topics and help maintain a respectful workplace.

Understanding the Code of Conduct
This 25 minute online course provides an overview of the Code of Conduct policy, why there is a policy, and what that policy means for employees. This course was authored so that an organization can include their specific policy for signoff at the end of the course.

Designed for mobile playback in any location, narration is optional and information is presented in short segments. This course is intended for any audience.
Featured Respectful Workplace Courses
It's Not Just About Diversity; It's About Respect
We hear a lot about how diversity instills the best in what business is capable of doing, and this makes sense.

With a widely ranging background of people existing in your company, stemming from associates who have varied experiences and skill sets derived from a multitudes of origins, it goes without saying that diversity increases the strength of any organization. Ranges of employees can come from different income levels, physical capabilities, ages, education, ethnicity, and even nationalities. As such, this kind of mixture can easily be a catalyst for difficulties in personnel interaction during projects and tasking.
LGBT Sensitivity in the Workplace
With the modern world shifting its attitudes and ideals toward being more accepting of others who are openly LGBT, organizations must be proactive in responding to this, utilizing those results to the fullest potential. No company can afford to lose talent, and LGBT members have a wealth of skills and gifts just like any other associate your company has employed. You know this. They know this. But, do all of your associates know this? Chances are that most do, especially those in younger generations who are more familiar with open LGBT people. Inevitably, however, you will have members of your company who are not quite as accepting of such changes. This is where you have work to do. This is where your productivity level will suffer, in the long run. ....
In a recent poll, 100% of respondents indicated that employee development can lower employee turnover. If 100% of respondents feel offering employees the opportunity to develop their careers and develop their skills and competencies in order to meet their future career aspirations, why aren’t more companies offering their employees development opportunities?

In the U.S., during 2018, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) designated 27 shootings as active shooter incidents. The FBI defines an active shooter as one or more individuals actively engaged in killing or attempting to kill people in a populated area (usually with a firearm).

Organizations spend enormous amounts of time and resources to hire a new employee. According to Bersin by Deliotte, 22% of new hires quit their jobs in the first 45 days of employment. Their research goes on to say a poor onboarding process is the reason for new hires quit this quickly. 

For most leaders and managers, dealing with a difficult employee is something that is, frankly, difficult. But, it doesn’t have to be that way. The reason why so many managers struggle in this area of business is because they simply don’t take measures to mitigate or analyze a situation, then apply an effective solution.
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