unconscious bias program guide

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…

#actionforequality

How to Take #ActionforEquality

Resources for Being a Better Ally Black Lives Matter has taken the world by storm, and it’s something you and your organization should seriously consider getting behind! Now is a time for action, and a huge part of that action is educating yourself on the Black American experience. Learn about the message behind the movement,…

how to conduct reductions in force (RIF)

How to Conduct Reductions in Force

Reductions in a company’s workforce are an unfortunate business reality and, regardless of the severity of the situation, are a difficult process for everyone involved. The recent COVID-19 pandemic has caused the global economy to take a turn for the worst and many organizations are faced with the task of conducting mass lay-offs. There are…

How to Be an LGBTQ+ Ally at Work

Navigating LGBTQ+ issues at work can be very difficult, and they are often glossed over by employers. This guide helps you navigate the sometimes intimidating waters of trans sensitivity, derogatory language, and gender neutral language. It includes tips on how to address inappropriate language and how to have conversations about preferred pronouns. Send this guide…

Manager’s Guide to Lawful Terminations

A company and its management must approach employee terminations with care and the appropriate diligence to avoid legal issues or any claims of unfairness. The problem is, with so many potential scenarios for why an employee could be fired, it is difficult for managers to be prepared for every possible situation, or to understand all…

Interview Questions Guidelines

The purpose of a job interview is to assess an applicant’s ability to perform the job. Yet, many companies ask inappropriate questions, questions irrelevant to the job, or approach valid topics in unacceptable or even illegal ways. In this interview questions guidelines resource, we explore common topics that employers may be inclined to ask about…

Harassment and Discrimination Investigations

Employers have a legal obligation to conduct fair and timely workplace investigations. But the legal duty to investigate only tells part of the story. For companies committed to creating and maintaining healthy workplace cultures, having a reliable and effective cycle of receiving, investigating, and resolving complaints is vital. By approaching investigations as an opportunity to…

Sexual Harassment in the Age of Social Media

Sexual Harassment in the Age of Social Media

Sexual harassers are no longer safe in the age of social media. 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…

A Modern Approach to Implementing Harassment Training

A Modern Approach to Implementing Harassment Training

If you think a one and done training course on harassment is enough, you’re wrong. It’s time to bring your harassment training program into the 21st century and create some real results in minimizing this behavior within your workforce. It’s not enough just to do one course every 2 years, your organization needs more from…