This program offers a comprehensive exploration of Human Rights laws, focusing on the nuances of workplace discrimination that may lead to conflicts. It delves into the potential pitfalls, guiding employers on avoidance strategies. The curriculum also examines possible remedies to prevent legal disputes, emphasizing the effectiveness of mediation as an intervention. Participants will gain insights into various mediation approaches for fostering reconciliation and resolutions, fostering stronger team dynamics and workplace cohesion.
The program uniquely incorporates a trauma-informed and cultural lens, highlighting the advantages this perspective can bring to the workplace. Over the course of five hours, attendees will acquire crucial cultural competencies through case studies, enabling a deeper understanding of their employees and the creation of an inclusive work environment.
- Human rights laws
- What constitutes discrimination
- What is Mediation and how can it help
- Providing trauma-informed and culturally sensitive services
Who should attend this program?
- Human resources professionals
- Managers and Supervisors
- Company Executives
- Business Owners