Human Rights and Diversity
Human Rights: Employers, HR professionals and should not avoid it but own it!
Employers should not wait for a human rights complaint to practice human rights principles.
Employers need to educate themselves about human rights in the workplace and the value it brings.
Technology has brought tremendous benefits but has also led to a variety of complex ethical issues and has forced organizations to change the way they conduct their business.
Leadership is the key to welcoming diversity and inclusiveness, and differences. In an organization where the leadership demonstrates dignity and respect for everyone regardless of race, gender, national origin, or culture is an organization that values human rights principles.
Human rights must have meaning in the workplace and it is up to human resource managers, hiring managers to lead the way.
A workforce that understands human rights principles adds to the competitive advantage of the organization and contributes to the economic sustainability of the future.
Advantages of owning your human rights
- Understanding your responsibility and the responsibility of your employees
- Clearly defined workplace policies, best practice and guidelines
- An educated workforce where employees know their rights and values them
- A productive workforce and cohesive workplace
- More engaged workforce that embraces difference
- Build reputation in the community
- Increase your potential for employees.
Disadvantages of not owning your human rights:
- A toxic work environment
- Low morale
- Lack of strong leadership
- Low productivity
- Human rights complaints
- Absenteeism due to various illnessesLow presenteeism.
This workshop is designed for anyone in the HR Profession, Managers, Supervisors and employers.
The program can be adapted and tailored to meet the needs of the customer.