Just One Q with Dr. Melissa Horne is a Learning Snippets podcast. Melissa and special guests will be discussing the latest evidence-based trends on diversity, equity and inclusion in the workplace.
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Neurodiversity and the Inclusion Revolution | Wanda Deschamps
What do employers need to know to better attract and retain neurodiverse employees?
Wanda Deschamps explains the need for neurodiversity in the workplace and shares steps employers can take to better attract and retain neurodiverse employees. By encouraging participation from the neurodiverse population within your business, your organization will be able to learn new ways of thinking from a generally untapped community of potential employees.
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Monuments and Moving Forward | Dr. Mekala Audain
Statues and monuments: Tributes to history or glorification of oppression?
Using the example of statues and monuments commemorating the Confederacy, Dr. Mekala Audain shares concrete ways to dismantle the relics of oppression and inequality that continue to exist in our workplaces. By recognizing protests against monuments are less about physical statues themselves and more about historical and societal context, your organization will be able to better identify your own problematic policies and practices and work towards sustainable change.
Sports Leagues and Social Justice | Ashland Johnson
What can employers learn from the Sports Leagues?
Ashland Johnson discusses three key takeaways employers can learn from how the sports leagues have addressed recent workers strikes. By proactively educating yourself and your team on social justice issues, your organization will be better equipped to deal with the issues your employees care about.
Businesses and BLM | Michèle Newton
What can and should Canadian businesses be doing who want to respond to Black Lives Matter and improve the experience of their Black employees?
Michèle Newton shares approaches to addressing Black Lives Matter in the workplace, and explains how responding to the current environment of the movement will help you improve the experience of your Black employees.