We all agree that employees are our greatest asset, but how often do we see organizations treating employees as assets? Gallup analytics reveal that just 33% of United States workers and even a lower percentage of global employees are engaged at work, even though engagement is only one component of aligning, and building a great workforce. The role of HR leaders has been evolving for years and of course, the pandemic, political and social topics, and concerns dramatically accelerated this evolution. It is more evident now than ever that HR must adapt to the shift from supporting, administrative roles, to leadership, supporting and guiding organizational principles and KPIs of core business functions. Realize and understand why HR is seated firmly in the chair at the executive table as a strategic partner and is viewed as the bridge between the workforce and the organization.
As employers move toward establishing a new workplace equilibrium, we are being asked to deliver certainty during uncertain times. Healthy and productive people are the heart of high-performing organizations. Protecting and promoting mental health at work is about strengthening capacities to recognize and act on mental health conditions at work, particularly for the person responsible for the supervision of others, such as managers. This 2-Day Mental Health and Corporate Wellness in the Workplace Certificate Program will equip you to protect and promote physical and mental health at work and support people with mental health conditions to participate fully and equitably at work.
By taking this course, you will learn what Affirmative Action is and why Affirmative Action Plans, either voluntary or involuntary, are needed to ensure potential and existing employees are treated fairly with dignity and respect. You will also learn how to design and develop an Affirmative Action Plan.
During these uncertain times, many of our businesses are facing particularly tough challenges with both a decreasing talented workforce and a constant evolution of our business strategy and technology. These two trends combine to create critical challenges to ensure business continuity. If not prepared, owners can lose everything they worked hard for.
Do you want a workplace culture where it is safe to speak up at work? Is transparency, accountability and continuous improvement important in your organization? Are you still learning to navigate the waters of unconscious bias, diversity and equality and want employees to feel like they can be authentic while at work? This 2-Day Compliance and Business Ethics Certificate Program will guide you on creating ethics and compliance policies, ethics training programs and conducting organizational assessments to make sure you have the right resources in place to improve and evolve as an organization. You’ll learn the difference between morals, values, principles, purpose, ethics, business ethics, ethos, conflict of interest, code of ethics, core values and code of conduct. You’ll also learn the laws surrounding ethics and how you can create an ethical organization. A company’s business ethics will determine its reputation and even the most straightforward situations can have hidden traps that impact both the law and ethics. This course will equip you to identify those hidden traps and prevent them in the future. Implementing these strategies will put you well on your way to becoming an Employer of Choice or Best Places to Work!