How to Create a Culture of Inclusion
Learn Why a Commitment to Diversity Reduces the Risk of Discrimination Claims and Increases Engagement
Organizations that value a culture of inclusion do a better job of cultivating belonging, and therefore make room for diversity in the workplace. They are also less likely to experience claims of harassment or discrimination.
According to The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC), the benefits of actively working to foster diversity, inclusion, and belonging far outweigh any costs.
Join us for a free webinar hosted by guest presenter, Chanté Thurmond, D&I Talent Strategist and cofounder of The Darkest Horse, along with Steven Tempelman, Esq., Legal Editor at ThinkHR, to learn how to:
- Develop a culture inclusive of all races, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, and other differences.
- Avoid reputation-damaging and expensive allegations of harassment or discriminiation.
- Introduce best practices that will help create a culture of inclusion that will ultimately help you attract and retain a diverse workforce.
- Review your HR policies and procedures as well as your workplace demographics to identify potential risks around protected classes.
Can’t make it on September 24? Register and you will receive a recording and resources to watch on demand.