Get it Right with EEODF: Equal Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals in the Workplace ONLINE

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Brief Description:

THIS TRAINING IS A TWO-PART PROCESS AND YOU MUST PASS THIS ONLINE PORTION BEFORE REGISTERING FOR THE CLASSROOM PORTION.

ACTION REQUIRED: 

1. Go to OSHR’s training site (account required): NC Learning Center. 

2. Register for online modules (keyword search: Equal Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals in the Workplace).

3. OSHR will approve the registration of online modules within 5 business days.

4. Complete online modules. 

5. Register for the instructor-led classroom session.

This is the online portion of the Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Fundamentals training. Throughout this series of modules and curriculum, we will introduce terms, definitions, ideas and concepts that relate to Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity in the North Carolina State Government workplace as well as examine the social and legal history behind EEO in the United States of America. We will also discuss the role of human resource professionals, employees, supervisors and managers in establishing and maintaining a workplace where all individuals are valued and provided opportunities to make their greatest contributions.

The goal of this training is to provide guidance that will assist state government managers and supervisors in developing or maintaining "Best Practices" for working in a diverse environment and to help them engage in legally defensible employment practices that create and maintain a fair, equitable and inclusive workplace. North Carolina State Law mandates that all managers and supervisors promoted or hired on or after July 1, 1991 attend Equal Employment Opportunity Training. This training is ONLY for managers and supervisors at UNC Greensboro.

Full Description:

THIS IS THE FIRST PART OF A TWO-PART CERTIFICATION PROCESS. YOU MUST PASS THIS ONLINE PART BEFORE ATTENDING THE CLASSROOM PORTION.

OSHR and UNCG HR's reminder that all supervisors are required to take this course within their first year as a supervisor.