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Don’t Suffer in Silence: Your Rights in the Workplace


Join Marci Anavitarte-Jordan as she leads our listeners in an in-depth discussion on the importance of effective communication in the workplace. Workplace conflict can consist of discrimination, bullying, harassment or adverse actions.  Many times employees will suffer in silence when they encounter any of these situations.  Listen to our discussion as Marci gives resources available to anyone needing assistance in this area.

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Learning Bravery through Brāv: An Update



Oct 6th

Updates on Brāv – the online platform to manage conflicts at school, work, home or more.  Brāv ultimately becomes the first option in workplaces, schools, in lieu of HRs, deans and principals’ standard policies. In this way, there is less work for everyone! In addition, teaming up with groups including schools, workplaces, police departments and task forces allow for accountability, where all parties are ensured to come together.

Call to Action:  Please click Here and register.  You will receive a free session after confirmation/scheduling and providing feedback (click on “Share Your Ideas”.)

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Mediation: A vital tool for HR Professionals

John FordConflict in the workplace is inevitable, but Toxic, difficult workplaces are not. Mediation is a tool that can help. And sadly, most HR professionals don’t know this. They think mediation is not for them, when in fact they are effectively mediating all the time. Come learn why mediation is vital for your career and also your workplace!

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Workplace Mediation Involving People With Disabilities: Collaborating to Make It Accessible

Special Program for Disability Employment Awareness Month

Mediations in the workplace involving employees with disabilities  may — or may not — be about legal rights.  Whatever the subject of the mediation is–whether it’s an interpersonal dispute, a conflict between employee and supervisor, or a reasonable accommodation negotiation–it needs to be accessible to the person with a disability.  Judy Cohen, Project Coordinator of the ADA Mediation Guidelines, will talk about steps employers and employees should take to make sure that employees with disabilities can fully participate in the process. 

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