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Workplace Diversity, Integration and Cross Cultural Competency Workshop

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“A shop owner who reprimanded a pregnant employee about her appearance and said that she needed to look better and appear happy has been ordered to pay €18,000”.

Early in the year, “an employee who was asked at an interview whether he should be “taking it easier” at his age, was ordered to make €20,000 payment and review its employment policies.”

Register your nominees today, to be assured of a slot in this highly subsidized workshop before they run out, and gain the skills to be free from unnecessary expenses and embarrassment.

The whole world is gradually becoming a global village with diverse groups of people and races of varying psychosocial disposition and ideologies coming together within the workplace.

The Workshop on Workplace Diversity, Equality, and Cross-Cultural Competency is specifically designed to improve attendees Cross-Cultural Competency in our diversely populated world.

Beginning with the acknowledgment of the realization that cultural diversity has become a norm in any modern-day cosmopolitan society, participants will be exposed to a series of audio-visual contents that emphasizes the actual benefits realizable from multicultural competency.

Developed to purposefully guide participants towards consciously changing/reinforcing their attitudes, opinions, points of view and outlook on Diversity and Equality, the workshop aim at closing trainees' knowledge /attitude gap.

Delegates are expected, at the end of the workshop to be able to:

1. Demonstrate an understanding of diversity awareness aligning the principle with the organizational values, good practice, and legal requirements

2. Discuss the positive impact and the innate skill sets that may exist within a diverse team.

3. Illustrate the importance of working with colleagues and clients in a respectful manner giving examples of actions/inaction that may cause offense in the workplace.

4. Justify diversity in today's workplace with the ability to distinguish between an act of discrimination or otherwise in the workplace.

5. Explain the process to follow in the case of workplace discrimination.


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