Keep it Job-Related: The Key to Stopping Workplace Discrimination Spanish Version
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Managers and supervisors are human, and they have biases, but these biases need to be left at the door at work. Every tangible employment action has to be free from discrimination. Every manager should ask themselves before every employment decision they make, “Am I making this decision on job related facts only.”
Not only does discrimination devast an organization's morale, it can also result in lawsuits that put companies out of business or end the careers of managers. This video course will teach your managers and supervisors how to look at only job specific facts when making decisions and save themselves from making biased decisions.
Many of our biases are subconscious...we literally don't even know they exist. However, by using only job-specific criteria, much of this bias can be eliminated. Make sure your workforce can unleash the power of keeping it job-related.
This course covers:
- The groups specifically protected from discrimination by federal law.
- How to keep it job-related when making decisions.
- How to keep it job-related when communicating with subordinate employees.
- Biased and unbiased examples of questions used in interviews.
- How bias is sometimes subconscious and affects decisions without us even knowing it.
- Much more.