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™
Being civil means interacting and responding courteously and respectfully.
Presents four proven strategies that will help participants break old and negative response habits.
An ally is the friend we all need sometimes. Someone who supports others…those outside of the majority. This short, yet powerful video sums up the key qualities of being an ally.
Kindness is a virtue. You might have heard that saying before. It's especially true when working, serving or managing others.
Cultural competency allows you to make better decisions based on that understanding.
Viewers will see and understand that everyone can each do their part to make the workplace better.
A diverse workforce — with different cultures, races, ages, and backgrounds — is only the beginning.