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How to Build a Successful DEI Committee

Diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) Committees are a great way to develop and promote strategies and best practices to help your company operationalize inclusion across the entire employee experience and bring necessary change.  A DEI committee is a group of individuals within an organization from various departments that take the lead in the DEI journey…

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How to Identify Areas of Conflict in the Workplace

The Workplace Social Indicators™ is a set of sixteen metrics that describe the social dynamics present within every organizational culture. These indicators answer the question, “How well do we work together?” When co-workers’ professional relationships are unhealthy, Workplace Social Indicators™ will help you identify and address areas of conflict, stress, and crisis. When relationships are…

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Your In-Depth Guide to Starting an ERG

Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) are becoming more popular across many organizations and industries. ERGs cultivate a sense of community and belonging within an organization and encourages people from different backgrounds to join in and become an ally to a specific group or community. If your organization is thinking about starting an ERG, use this guide…

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4 Ways to Eliminate Workplace Harassment

It’s time we face the fact that sexual harassment claims and conduct has been pushed under the rug in organizations for a long time until recently. If you don’t know how to create a culture to eliminate it when it stirs up, your organization could end up all over the headlines. Here’s what this guide…

Managing Employee Burnout

Due to the excessive strain that COVID-19 has put on workforces everywhere, whether it be from layoffs or the pressure of keeping up with work from home, employee burnout rates are markedly increasing. Burnout may seem like an inevitable part of corporate culture, but this is a dangerous misconception. By monitoring workplace culture, regularly checking…

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Promote DEI in the Workplace

Diversity, equity, and inclusion are the workplace indicators to facilitate healthier, stronger workplaces. Employees should feel comfortable being their authentic selves at work even in today’s remote work environment. Every interaction that we make with each other is an opportunity to foster inclusion and belonging.  This guide is intended to educate your employees on how…

Guide to the Latest DOJ Compliance Training Recommendations

DOJ’s Guidance on Corporate Compliance Programs

On June 1, 2020 the Department of Justice updated its guidance issues in their Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, originally released in April of 2019. This new guidance significantly raised the bar for what is expected of compliance training programs. The DOJ has new reporting standards, policy management expectations, employee sentiment survey suggestions, and much…

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Unbiased Interview Questions Process: A Quick Guide

The purpose of a job interview is to assess an applicant’s ability to perform the job. What are Unbiased Interview Questions? Unbiased interview questions are questions that do not highlight or include factors relating to protected characteristics such as race, age, gender, sexuality, or other characteristics that might trigger a biased hiring decision. It is…

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Your Guide to Building an Unconscious Bias Program

There is bias in your workplace, so what can you do about it? Workplaces are growing more and more diverse as we are working more with teams from many different backgrounds. We bring our pre-existing mindsets, based on our life experiences, of “how things should work at work.” While society is constantly changing, it’s important…