Successful companies and leaders take proactive steps to create workplaces which foster inclusive and upstander cultures. As HR leaders, you know that workplace discrimination is unlawful, but what happens when discrimination is unconscious?
These hidden, automatic, involuntary associations influence behavior in consequential ways. Unconscious bias can affect all aspects of the employment relationship from resume screening to promotions and performance evaluations. Not only does unconscious bias expose employers to discrimination lawsuits, but it can also negatively impact your workplace culture resulting in costly turnover, stunted productivity, and lost business.
Watch our webinar on Combatting Unconscious Bias As an employment law advisor and training instructor, Katherin Nukk-Freeman, Esq., Co-Founder and President of SHIFT HR Compliance Training, LLC is a thought-leader on the topic of unconscious bias.
During this webinar, Katherin discusses:
Understanding unconscious biases and the tools needed to interrupt and neutralize these biases
How unconscious bias impacts the workplace -Leadership and communication strategies which foster a civil and respectful work environment
Review of strategies and tools to overcome unconscious bias Learn how to strengthen these essential skills and ensure you take your organization to the next level!