The SHRM Annual Conference & Expo wrapped up in Las Vegas earlier this week and we at Kantola were proud to highlight our partnership.
The 44th Annual Telly Awards’s official theme was “Break Through the Static,” and this year’s entries did just that.
Today’s training is no longer about explaining DEI, it’s about ensuring that it is relatable, practical and actionable for everyone.
In the years since the #MeToo movement went viral, it impacted the regulatory landscape and forever changed how we prioritize preventing harassment in the workplace. During that time, many companies have tried to create awareness and bring about change, including using harassment prevention training.
Did you know that anyone can be an active bystander? The city of Chicago believes in this so strongly that they have recently mandated organizations to provide bystander training for all employees. And we at Kantola are responding.
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To be effective, diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) starts with creating awareness and establishing a broad understanding of how employees can help cultivate a more inclusive work environment.
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For 75 years, SHRM has served millions of HR professionals who-in turn have continued on to impact the lives of billions of workers across the world. When we attended SHRM22 in New Orleans last week, we celebrated the relationships formed over those years and how we can move forward collectively to make workplaces better, for everyone.
Kantola is honored to announce being awarded six Telly Awards for our Harassment Prevention and Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion eLearning courses—produced in partnership with Littler, the world’s largest employment law firm.
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The Senate approved legislation banning the practice of using clauses in employment contracts that force victims of sexual assault and harassment to pursue their cases in forced arbitration, which shields accused perpetrators.