Equal Opportunity and Diversity
Equal Opportunity and Diversity
Everyone deserves to work in a place where they feel valued, with the opportunity to do their job without bias or discrimination. Are you providing equal opportunity and diversity training to your teams?
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Diversity Awareness in the Workplace
Many organizations only go as far as to comply with Equal Employment Opportunity requirements, without providing specific diversity training. The scope of financial losses that an organization may incur because of the lack of diversity training is much broader than lawsuits and government investigations. If you have a diverse team and provide no diversity training, […]
Promoting Equality for Women in Leadership
Wednesday 8 March marked International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the social, political and cultural achievements of women all over the world. The day is also an important time of reflection, an opportunity to look at what’s been achieved in terms of gender equality and what work still needs to be done. One of […]
Compliance - Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity
A$29.95The aim of this module is to provide you with an overview of equal employment opportunity and discrimination and what it means in the workplace.
Diversity and inclusion in the workplace
Diversity is a fact. It is also paradoxical. We need to be capable of seeing and hearing differences in order to reap the benefits of diversity. But seeing and hearing differences hone our discriminating reflexes and can also lead to discrimination. If you take this MOOC, you will: 1. understand this paradox, 2. understand its dynamics, and 3. identify ways to manage it, so that you can better channel the diversity potential in the workplace for greater performance and innovation.Commitment: 2 hours/week
Revolutionary Ideas: Utility, Justice, Equality, Freedom
University of Pennsylvania
What is the purpose of government? Why should we have a State? What kind of State should we have? Even within a political community, there may be sharp disagreements about the role and purpose of government. Some want an active, involved government, seeing legal and political institutions as the means to solve our most pressing problems, and to help bring about peace, equality, justice, happiness, and to protect individual liberty. Others want a more minimal government, motivated, perhaps, by some of the disastrous political experiments of the 20th Century, and the thought that political power is often just a step away from tyranny. In many cases, these disagreements arise out of deep philosophical disagreements. All political and legal institutions are built on foundational ideas. In this course, we will explore those ideas, taking the political institutions and political systems around us not as fixed and unquestionable, but as things to evaluate and, if necessary, to change. We will consider the ideas and arguments of some of the world’s most celebrated philosophers, including historical thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Thomas Hobbes, John Locke, Immanuel Kant, Mary Wollstonecraft, and John Stuart Mill; and more contemporary theorists such as Elizabeth Anderson, Isaiah Berlin, Thomas Christiano, Frantz Fanon, Amy Gutmann, Friedrich Hayek, Robert Nozick, Martha Nussbaum, Julius Nyerere, Ayn Rand, John Rawls, Peter Singer, and Kok-Chor Tan. The aim of the course is not to convince you of the correctness of any particular view or political position, but to provide you with a deeper and more philosophically-informed basis for your own views, and, perhaps, to help you better understand the views of those with whom you disagree.Commitment: 20 hours of videos and quizzes
Diversity in the Workplace
Most people generally understand the importance of diversity in the workplace, however, your employees might not grasp how it affects them. This course will outline how encouraging diversity in the workplace can not only build a better business, it will maintain a better workforce.
Managing Workplace Discrimination
Of all the people issues faced by managers, harassment and discrimination are probably the most common. There are numerous pitfalls associated with managing these issues and because managers are generally unaware of their responsibilities, they run a very real risk of finding themselves in very hot water when situations of harassment and discrimination occur. The purpose of this course is to provide managers with the critical information they need in order to deal effectively with the potential threat of harassment and discrimination in their day to day work activities, avoid claims of discriminatory harassment, and maintain a productive work environment.
Diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity
A$60In this course, we investigate the fundamental, legal right of all our people to equal employment opportunities and to work in an environment that is free of harassment and discrimination. This commitment spans every aspect of employment, from recruitment and interview, right through to resignation or retirement.
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