“Anti-Racism for Workplaces” is an engaging digital learning program that instructs employees (including managers) on how to identify and prevent workplace racism
Using a combination of fluid animation, storytelling, and gamified quizzes, employees will be engaged, entertained, and connected to meaningful content, all while fulfilling the key learning objectives. The 60-minute animated and interactive digital course has a lasting impact and is “current” in its exploration of this sensitive topic.
The course is designed for both desktop and mobile devices. Compliance is tracked on the LMS.
To acquire an in-depth understanding of identifying workplace racism (including key definitions), how best to reduce its occurrence in the workplace, and how respond effectively as an HR leader when it does occur or is reported.
HR leaders will undoubtedly deal with allegations of racism in their workplace. Responding appropriately and in compliance with the law is essential to keeping employees safe, and reducing or eliminating your employer’s liability.
- Educate and empower employees and managers in a wide range of workplaces.
- Disarm and engage learners with storylines that explore common race-based discrimination and harassment in North American workplaces.
- Promote anti-racism solutions for a healthy workplace culture and employee wellbeing.
Who Should Attend:
HR leaders will undoubtedly deal with allegations of discrimination and harassment on the basis of race in their workplace. Systemic racism is one of the most pressing issues facing organizations and corporations of all types and sizes. Responding appropriately and in compliance with the law is essential to keeping employees safe, and reducing or eliminating your employer’s liability.
The course is appropriate for all levels of experience in HR leadership It is also effective training for employees at all levels.
Bay Ryley (Course Developer, President of Ryley Learning)
Bay Ryley is an employment and human rights lawyer She provides strategic advice and litigation support to both employers and employees in respect of a range of workplace law matters. Bay draws on 20years of advocacy and policy work in human rights and employment law, professional regulation, and public inquiries.
She has been counsel to: Human Rights Legal Support Centre; Ontario Human Rights Commission; Constitutional Law Branch (MAG) MFP/Computer Leasing Inquiry; Walkerton (Tainted Water) Inquiry.
Bay is President of Ryley Learning – a digital workplace learning company. The interactive, animated course (designed for mobile) on workplace sexual harassment enables organizations to provide training on this sensitive topic to employees in an innovative, convenient style.
Bay was called to the bar in 2001 and articled at Borden Ladner Gervais LLP. She holds an LL.B from Dalhousie Law School, and a B.A. and M.A. in History from Queen’s University.