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|January 25, 2017|No Comments

A Complimentary CIC Webcast

Details and registration information coming soon!…

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|January 25, 2017|No Comments

A Complimentary CIC Webcast For Instructors Certified in 2016 – Present

Attention all newly certified Civil Treatment® facilitators!  Now that teaching the programs is becoming more real, have you found yourself thinking, “I wish I would have asked about that in the certification…”

Join us! The virtual CIC Town Hall meeting is an informal, open forum for anyone just starting out who may be interested in discussing Civil Treatment …

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|January 25, 2017|No Comments

A Complimentary Federal Government CIC Webcast

As 2017 starts, the new administration will assume responsibility for leadership and direction of the federal government. Many federal employees are concerned as to how top-level staffing and policy changes will affect the security of their jobs and the climate in which they will work.

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|September 29, 2016|No Comments

Troutman Sanders invites in-house counsel, HR professionals and other executives charged with labor and human resources responsibilities to join us for a half-day labor & employment seminar to learn the latest news on managing your workplace, best practices in HR strategies and practical suggestions for remaining compliant with ever-changing HR laws. Steve Paskoff of Employment Learning Innovations will kick off the seminar with a discussion on implementing effective harassment prevention …

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|July 20, 2016|No Comments

Bias is pervasive; everyone has personal preferences. It is human nature to make quick assessments about situations and people based on past experiences, culture, perceptions of safety, etc.  And, importantly, there is nothing inherently bad about having these biases . . . unless they lead to unfair or illegal decision-making. Hidden prejudices may manifest in the form of subtle behaviors that, taken for granted in the workplace, can hinder collaboration, …

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