Mar 30, 2021
Harassment in the workplace is a serious and widespread problem. Respect at Work™ is designed to provide a holistic approach to creating workplace cultures where all employees are valued. Focusing on core tenets of safety, equality, and respect, this training invites participants to explore ways to prevent and respond to disrespectful behavior in their workplaces.
While sexual harassment is what most people think of, it’s important to remember other forms of workplace harassment, such as race, ethnicity, religion, disability, age, etc. Each one of us has all of these identities. Very often, harassment targets more than one of a person’s identities at a time. To create a safe and respectful workplace, we need to be prepared to step in to prevent disrespectful or harassing behavior that targets any aspect of someone’s identity.
This is the first of the PNA Foundation’s special diversity webinar series Leading Local: The Media’s Impact on Diversity, Inclusion and Equity.
Sponsored by the Calkins Foundation, the PNA Foundation’s Leading Local: The Media’s Impact on Diversity, Inclusion and Equity is a series of webinars focusing on systemic racism and bias and how news media companies in Pennsylvania can combat it. Sessions will help publishers, editors, reporters, ad directors, HR managers and other leaders to address hiring, news coverage, advertising. product design and audience engagement in order to recognize, improve and impact diversity, inclusivity and equity.
This 90-minute webinar is scheduled to begin promptly at 12 noon.
Registrants must have both a computer and audio/phone in order to participate.
There is no cost for PNA members. Non-member fee: $20.
To register, complete the form below or email the PNA Foundation. A confirmation with log in instructions will be sent to each registrant one or two days prior to the session.
This valuable PNA Foundation training is provided at no charge.
Please consider a tax-deductible donation to the PNA Foundation in support of sessions like this one that help the PA news industry.
This session is presented through the Pennsylvania Coalition Against Rape (PCAR) and funded through a grant from the Calkins Foundation.