A respectful workplace is a positive, productive, and legally compliant one. Training to ensure respect in the workplace emphasizes inclusive and appropriate interaction in a variety of situations and settings.
Human Resources managers nationwide have long realized that creating and maintaining a respectful work environment is essential for the health and well-being of employees, managers, and organizations alike—and helps to prevent workplace harassment, bullying, and discrimination. ATS Media provides the best and most up-to-date training videos, DVDs, eLearning, and online courses available to ensure a respectful workplace. And we are experts at helping HR navigate the wide range of employee and manager training options.
We offer private-sector, government, educational, and not-for-profit organizations a variety of programs and courses that address legal liability and compliance issues. Contact us for training that emphasizes respect and appropriate behavior in today’s culturally diverse workplaces.
“While expectations for behavior at work can vary somewhat depending on the culture of the organization, commonly held standards of professionalism, organization policy, and the law offer us guidelines for a respectful workplace. And we should use these three touchstones as our guide.”
From Let’s Talk . . .Respect — It Matters™
Choosing civility means being courteous and respectful—the key to a happy, productive, and legally compliant workplace.
This 9-minute program concentrates on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations, to help managers foster an inclusive, professional environment.
There Is Only Us with John Noltner is a powerful way to address how we get along.
A diverse workforce — with different cultures, races, ages, and backgrounds — is only the beginning.
Microinequities refer to tiny, subtle digs, innocent comments, and throwaway remarks that seem inconsequential, but slowly kill morale and hurt productivity.
All five generations discuss their own generational traits and that of their coworkers.
Elegant and colorful diversity opener/closer.
Includes recent concerns about the prevalence of bullying, new legal requirements to provide training to prevent abusive conduct and the need to clarify legal definitions of harassment.
This succinct program clearly illustrates the importance of diversity.
Let's Get Together uses cues, verbal and non-verbal signals, as a jumping off point to discuss four easy-to-remember tools.
A conversational, easy-to-use program that shows how unconscious bias, micro-inequities, and micro-affirmations overlap in the workplace.
Organizations will succeed only when the unique skills and experiences of all individuals are respected.
Learn compassion and consideration in healthcare.
Each of the six programs concentrates on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations to provide basic tools on managing a respectful and legally compliant workplace.
After resolving the negative conflict, team leaders will learn how to focus team members and promote the positive feelings of unity within their team.
Employees must work together and create a unity that raises productivity and improves the bottom line.
Who said you shouldnt sweat the small stuff?
Insensitive racist remarks and talking behind peoples backs cause hurt all round.
Teach employees how to make the right impression.
Real situations that will lead employees to make better choices.