Allyship & Systemic Bias: How to Operationalize Allyship

Emtrain hosted this live Webinar on Wednesday, August 4th, 2021. Access the webinar now! Inclusion can be achieved if Allies recognize bias in its different forms as it shows up in our daily interactions and in systems and processes. Underrepresented individuals and communities often don’t experience the same privilege and opportunities as others do in…

Integrating DEI into the Employee Experience

Inclusion is both a skill and competency that can be intentionally developed. If leaders and managers develop an inclusion competency, they can lead and manage inclusively. Allyship, leading with curiosity, systematic decision making, and valuing differences are some of the key behaviors of inclusion and these behaviors can be developed and measured year over year.…

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Diversity In Law, Construction & Insurance

It’s not always appropriate or worth the energy to correct every microaggression encountered as a professional; being put on the spot about complex social and cultural issues, sharing more than you would typically about personal experiences, and smiling politely at inappropriate comments is part of the emotional tax of picking your battles as a minority.…

Prepare for the Return to Work and Recruit Top Talent

Emtrain hosted this live webinar on June 9th, 2021. Only half of employees feel their organization has a genuine commitment to inclusion, according to Emtrain’s 2021 Workplace Culture Report on Inclusion. In today’s social climate, a failure to create a strong, inclusive workplace culture can impact both employee retention and recruitment. Employers should ask themselves:…

How to Uplevel Your DEI Workplace Strategy

There’s nothing more important in 2021 and beyond than operationalizing DEI (diversity, equity, and inclusion) throughout the employee experience. Societal and regulatory (SEC, EEO) pressures are shaping the need for executives to drive diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging as strategic business initiatives. Unfortunately, progress has been slow and employees are taking notice. Leaders need more tools…

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Establish Strong Norms of Behavior in Your Workplace

The strongest predictor of a healthy culture is a high score in well-established norms of behavior. Organizations with well-established norms of behavior also score well in diversity and inclusion, respect, and ethical workplaces. How do we know this? Emtrain has over 20 million employee responses regarding the indicators of a healthy workplace culture, generated from…

How Culture Leaders Can Measure Workplace Respect

On Wednesday, April 21, 2021 Emtrain hosted a webinar about the findings from our 2021 Workplace Culture Insights Report on Respect. 2020 was anything but ordinary. With the pandemic, social and racial injustices, and a divisive election, 2020 put both employees and leaders on edge and changed workplace culture. By using Emtrain’s Workplace Social Indicators™ framework, we…

Unlock Insights from Your Mandatory Workplace Training

Are you getting actionable data from your mandatory training to make workplace culture decisions? Companies like yours are using culture analytics to turn their anti-harassment, code of conduct, and unconscious bias training into a culture-changing exercise for their workplace. Chief Product Officer Robert Todd and Talent & Culture Strategist Laraine McKinnon share Emtrain’s latest innovation in workplace…

FCPA Essentials with Mike Koehler

FCPA Essentials Webinar w/ Professor Mike Koehler

[Webinar] FCPA Essentials with Professor Mike Koehler The Foreign Corruption Practices Act of 1977 (FCPA) was enacted to prevent people or organizations from paying foreign government officials to retain business or obtain new business opportunities. It is important to note that the FCPA does not solely apply to organizations buying and selling products overseas. In…

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Diagnose and Eliminate Workplace Harassment

Do you know how many of your employees are going to walk out the door next quarter? Or, better yet, exactly which employees they will be? Thanks to AI, this level of certainty is now a reality. Companies like IBM are using AI-powered analytics to predict which employees will leave in the next six months…