HR.com Partners with Circa for Professional Course on HR Strategies for Building an Ethical Workplace

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HR.com, the largest network of human resources (HR) executives, has partnered with Circa, provider of SaaS-based OFCCP compliance management & recruiting technology solutions, to offer the recently launched online self-paced course, HR Strategies for Building an Ethical Workplace, to their catalog of professional learning as an option for meeting the ethics credit requirement for HR recertification.

The course was strategically designed to help equip leaders and employees to effectively implement a strategy and framework for building an ethical workplace that aligns with company values, environmental social governance (ESG) commitments, and employer brand. They can gain the knowledge, skills, and tools to implement this framework to help navigate ethical dilemmas.

The new course will help learners understand HR’s role in driving ethical behavior and provide:

An understanding of the common ethical issues that occur in the workplace
Strategy for assessing risk areas and cultivating an ethical culture
A decision tree and ethics policy template
A framework for ethical decision-making that aligns with company values, policies, ESG, and brand
1 ethics credit

“With new disclosure regulations around ESG and increasing demand for transparency from multiple stakeholders – investors, employees, and consumers – intentional efforts to build an ethical workplace becomes even more paramount. HR plays a pivotal role in driving that,“ said Roselle Roger, Circa Vice President for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.

“We strive to provide our HR community with the resources and education they need to do their jobs and maximize their potential,” stated Debbie McGrath, Chief Instigator and CEO of HR.com. “This new course will give them the strategies they need to be ethical leaders that can communicate and implement HR ethics strategies in their workplace.”

The course is now live on HR.com and available for immediate access.

Contact tmcgrath [at] hr.com to inquire about discounted group rates.

The HR Strategies for Building an Ethical Workplace Course Info and Registration: https://web.hr.com/5ctl

About Circa

Circa is a catalyst for 21st-century companies to build high-performing diverse teams based on research that shows companies want to shift from diversity as a program to diversity as a business strategy. The companies’ robust portfolio of software solutions and unparalleled industry expertise give employers the tools and knowledge they need to radically change how they approach talent acquisition and management. The company was founded in 1994, has 5000+ customers, 15,500 community partner relationships and in 2019 posted 5M+ jobs through its network of 600+ online employment websites. For more information, visit circaworks.com.

About HR.com

HR.com, the largest network of HR professionals, is committed to helping HR professionals advance and build meaningful careers. Over 2 million HR professionals rely on HR.com for education, career development, networking, and compliance 24/7/365. Offerings include 180+ leading-edge HR Research Institute industry studies, 13 HR-themed epublications, innovative professional education with 250+ annual webcasts and virtual courses, the most comprehensive HR exam prep program for SHRM/HRCI certification (prepare for a salary increase), HR tools, and legal compliance updates. Visit www.HR.com to maximize your potential.

For more information, contact:

info@hr.com

HR.com Newsroom


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