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Downsides to In-Person Training

July 20th, 2022|Anti-racism News, Ryley Learning News|

Workplace leaders are urgently looking for effective solutions to tackle systemic discrimination and harassment. Training is a critical plank of a successful Diversity, Equity & Inclusion strategy. The desire to gather in-person for training (after all this time) is understandable. And having

DIY Anti-Racism Training? The Pitfalls of Internal eLearning Solutions

July 28th, 2021|Anti-racism News, Ryley Learning News|

Workplace leaders are looking for solutions to tackle systemic racism. Training via eLearning is not a “cure-all”, but it is a critical plank in your anti-racism strategy. Waves of highly publicized reports of current and historical racism continue, and your employees,

It’s About Time for Anti-Racism Training

April 15th, 2021|Anti-racism News, Ryley Learning News|

Take concrete steps to address systemic racism in your workplace. Workplace leaders are looking for effective ways to tackle systemic racism. Below are three reasons why you need to rollout impactful Anti-Racism training in your workplace – now. REGISTER FOR

“The Mounties Always Get Their Man: Unless He’s a Harasser”

December 30th, 2020|Ryley Learning News, Sexual Harassment News|

A damning report on Canada’s largest police force was recently released by former Supreme Court of Canada judge, The Honourable Michel Bastarache, C.C. Q.C. “`Broken Dreams, Broken Lives’: The Devastating Effects of Sexual Harassment on Women in the RCMP” concludes that the

What can NFL Football teach employers about how to deal with sexual harassment? (A headline I never expected to write)

September 15th, 2020|Ryley Learning News, Sexual Harassment News|

After years of resistance, the formerly-named "Washington Redskins" have finally dropped their racist team name and are looking for a new mascot. But beyond rebranding, the newly minted "Washington Football Club" is also scrambling to tackle allegations of sexual harassment

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