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Diversity and Inclusion Training Options

This workshop will help you develop critical competencies to ensure that you are part of a productive and inclusive workforce. During this interactive workshop we will explore the impact of bias, stereotypes, culture, micro-aggressions, colorism, and other behavioral tendencies on the workforce. Through a discussion of empirical research findings, case studies, and legal implications, facilitators will guide your understanding and management of workplace diversity to minimize potential discrimination and maximize inclusion. Participants will leave with a comprehensive awareness of diversity issues central to your organization and will be equipped with the tools and strategies to promote a harassment-free and inclusive workplace moving forward.

If you have any questions about this training or other custom diversity and inclusion trainings we provide, please contact Keli Wilson, Senior Manager of EEO Compliance,
Diversity and Inclusion, at


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Today, April 4, 2017, people across the United States will observe a national day to bring awareness around the gender pay gap. This date symbolizes how far into 2017 women must work to earn what men made in 2016, based on national pay averages.

On Equal Pay Day in 2014, President Obama signed an executive order to strengthen pay transparency for federal contractors.

In observance of Equal Pay Day, it is important to be mindful by evaluating compensation systems in organizations.  Conducting a proactive pay equity study to ensure disparities by both sex and race are due to legitimate factors is imperative for organizations.  Also, exploring proactive analytics such as a Shareholder Wage

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