ENSURE A SAFE & INCLUSIVE WORKPLACE FOR EVERYONE

The first step in creating a safe and inclusive workplace is making all employees aware of what isand what is notacceptable when it comes to language, behavior, and policies. You can accomplish this goal through BLR's blended approach to workforce training.
  • Discrimination

  • Sexual Harassment

  • Unconscious Bias

  • Diversity and Inclusion

The "Stats" of the Matter

The Pew Research Center

DISCRIMINATION

About three-in-ten Asian adults (31%) say they have been subject to slurs or jokes because of their race or ethnicity since the outbreak began, compared with 21% of Black adults, 15% of Hispanic adults and 8% of white adults.
Great Places to Work Research Team

DIVERSITY

Ethnically diverse companies were 35 percent more likely to outperform less diverse businesses. When racial gaps at work shrink, employees’ productivity, brand ambassadorship, and retention rates (i.e., intent to stay) rise.
Institute for Women's Policy Research

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

In 2017 the EEOC received 26,978 claims of workplace harassment, of which a little more than half (12,428) were about sex-based harassment and a quarter (6,696) specifically about sexual harassment. 
The Pew Research Center

DISCRIMINATION

About three-in-ten Asian adults (31%) say they have been subject to slurs or jokes because of their race or ethnicity since the outbreak began, compared with 21% of Black adults, 15% of Hispanic adults and 8% of white adults.
Great Places to Work Research Team

DIVERSITY

Ethnically diverse companies were 35 percent more likely to outperform less diverse businesses. When racial gaps at work shrink, employees’ productivity, brand ambassadorship, and retention rates (i.e., intent to stay) rise.
Institute for Women's Policy Research

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

In 2017 the EEOC received 26,978 claims of workplace harassment, of which a little more than half (12,428) were about sex-based harassment and a quarter (6,696) specifically about sexual harassment. 
The Pew Research Center

DISCRIMINATION

About three-in-ten Asian adults (31%) say they have been subject to slurs or jokes because of their race or ethnicity since the outbreak began, compared with 21% of Black adults, 15% of Hispanic adults and 8% of white adults.
Great Places to Work Research Team

DIVERSITY

Ethnically diverse companies were 35 percent more likely to outperform less diverse businesses. When racial gaps at work shrink, employees’ productivity, brand ambassadorship, and retention rates (i.e., intent to stay) rise.
Institute for Women's Policy Research

SEXUAL HARASSMENT

In 2017 the EEOC received 26,978 claims of workplace harassment, of which a little more than half (12,428) were about sex-based harassment and a quarter (6,696) specifically about sexual harassment. 

Train on the topics that matter

The benefits of diverse and inclusive workplaces have been proven time and again. Providing employees with training that is designed to influence attitudes, drive behavioral change, and increase awareness of biases is one of the most effective ways to improve workplace culture and foster environments that are equitable and inclusive.

DISCRIMINATION TRAINING

Why train on discrimination?

Discrimination in the workplace has been illegal since 1964, yet employers are still spending millions of dollars every year defending discrimination lawsuits and paying judgments when they lose. A well-designed discrimination training program can help drive positive and inclusive behavior.

SEXUAL HARASSMENT PREVENTION

Why train on sexual harassment?

Sexual harassment can disrupt the workplace and cause lasting problems for everyone involved. Not only can it lead to lawsuits and penalties, it can damage workplace morale, creating an unproductive, unpleasant, and sometimes even hostile working environment. Your employees need to know that sexual harassment won’t be tolerated. 

UNCONSCIOUS BIAS TRAINING

Why train on unconscious bias?

Helping employees learn how to address their unconscious biases may improve their communications during interactions with coworkers and others. This can result in improved morale in the workplace, and a work environment where people feel valued.

DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION TRAINING

Why train on diversity and inclusion?

In order to create a pleasant and productive working atmosphere, we all need to do our part to promote a respectful workplace. A better understanding of others can improve communication, encourage engagement, and increase the strength of a team.