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    SHRM Delaware State Council June 2019 Trilogy Workshop

    Date: June 5, 2019, 1:30pm – 4:30pm
    SHRM Delaware State Council
    Wilmington University - Brandywine Campus
    10 Beaver Valley Road Wilmington, DE
    $40 - MEMBERS of Delaware, DelMarVa SHRM,Wilmington University Students and $65 – non-members
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    SHRM Delaware State Council June 2019 Trilogy Workshop

    This workshop is approved for 2.5 HRCI and SHRM credits

    How Bias Prevents Inclusion and Sustainability in the Workplace!

    Whether you know it as cognitive bias, unconscious bias or implicit bias, we’ve all seen how bias can get in the way of building the type of inclusive culture that contributes to organizational success.

    Join us for a dynamic, interactive workshop and discover the different types of bias and how bias can prevent and deter an inclusive and sustainable workplace. We’ll discuss the legal implications of bias and how bias can lead to charges of discrimination and harassment. We’ll explore various remedies including how to use assessments to mitigate bias in hiring, day to day operations and choosing and developing leaders. 

    Presenters:  Lori Brewington, Senior Attorney, Richards, Layton and Finger, P.A. and Cindy Davidson, Consultant, Corexcel

    When:           June 5, 2019 – 1:30 – 4:30

    Where:         Wilmington University - Brandywine Campus 

                         10 Beaver Valley Road Wilmington, DE  

                          Light Refreshments will be included

    Cost:            $40 - MEMBERS of a Delaware SHRM Chapter and Students 

                         $65 – non-members

    You’ll gain an understanding of:

    1. What is bias, and how does unconscious bias affect the workplace
    2. How bias can hold your organization back and lead to charges of discrimination and harassment
    3. Steps you can take to prevent and address bias
    4. Tools that can help you avoid and mitgate implicit bias in the workplace
    5. Legal issues surrounding bias

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