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A foundation ethics course to help employees make good choices.  The course begins with the perspective that employees know the difference between right and wrong, but certain circumstances can make it difficult to act upon that knowledge.  This course will help employees make decisions by providing insight into competing pressures that affect daily decisions while practicing the overcoming of obstacles to doing what is right.
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As the world around us continues to change and become more complex, so does the workplace. Since people, in general, are not comfortable with change or the unfamiliar, employees must learn to collaborate with those who are both like and unlike themselves for maximum individual productivity and organizational effectiveness. This course is designed to help employees successfully work together with diverse coworkers by encouraging respectful behavior, reducing bias and explaining how cooperation can overcome conflict. The course also identifies the challenges and opportunities arising from
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Description: Understanding bias in the workplace is the first step in managing it. This course defines bias, describe how it affects the workplace and encourages learners to use that knowledge to reduce the negative effects of bias. Employees will understand that biases can affect our actions, which can have real impacts on people, and that if left unchecked, they can create unhealthy work environments that reinforce unjust practices.
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Using real case reviews, case studies of real-world situations and role playing, supervisors and employees will be better prepared to recognize protected individuals, respond to requests for accommodations, engage in the interactive process and avoid common mistakes. This course covers the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and the California FEHA Act, Rehabilitation Act and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. In addition, the CPN version for faculty and staff also addresses the Rehabilitation Act and Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act.
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This session highlights Clery Act and Title IX in taking a close look at the issue of sexual harassment, including sexual assault, relationship violence and stalking in higher education.
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This session provides ongoing education addressing how to identify and report different types of sexual misconduct committed against students, ways to prevent sexual violence and maintaining a safe campus community.
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This session will share ideas to promote a safe workplace, prevent injuries and illnesses, and reduce accidents, thereby encouraging all to think and prepare ahead.
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This session provides faculty, staff and other University employees with an overview of Clery Act reporting requirements
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Event registration summary
Tools for an Ethical Workplace:
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Diversity: Inclusion in the Modern Workplace:
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Managing Bias:
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Accommodating Disabilities:
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Bridges: Building a Supportive Community:
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Bridges: Taking Action:
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Injury & Illness Prevention:
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Clery Act Basics:
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