eLearning courses on Fairness First
Diversity in Companies
The online training Diversity in the Company strengthens employees' understanding of the benefits of diversity, variety and inclusion in the working world. It supports them in promoting an inclusive corporate culture that values the individual differences of all employees and strengthens their cooperation.
- Seat Time: 25 Min.
- 2 languages
- For all employees
- 1. Recognizing subtle discrimination
- 2. Understand the benefits of open and honest communication
- 3. Learn the most important things about diversity management and the General Equal Treatment Act
- 4. Create a culture of lived diversity
- 5. Counteract unconscious prejudice
- Quiz questions
- Interactive elements
- Barrier-free (on request)
- including certificate of participation
- Extra assets (e.g. handout, promo video, poster)
- Mobile-optimized (optional)
- Variety of formats (e.g. video, gamification)
- Available in the LMS or via our learning platform
Diversity. Everyone seems to be talking about it - companies, politicians, the media. Here it is shown why diversity is important and how just one person is enough to negatively affect the well-being of the group.
Emma, Erich and Heidi share their experiences of discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation, and those affected learn what they can do.
Too young or too old? A grandfather-grandson duo explains why age discrimination is unacceptable and based on unjustified prejudice.
Today, religious discrimination has become more subtle, but it still exists. In this chapter, you will be asked to make an assessment about a case.
Verbal and nonverbal communication is an important building block for diversity in the company. This section explains how you can make communication more inclusive.
Everyday racism often comes in the form of jokes or joking around. Learn from the perspective of someone affected how painful supposedly funny remarks can be.
Many have fear of contact or worry about doing something wrong when it comes to dealing with people with disabilities. This part of the course shows how you can overcome these fears.
Are only academics valuable workers? Here we dispel this prejudice.
This chapter discusses the relationship between the General Equal Treatment Act and diversity management.
Everyone has unconscious prejudices. It's not easy to change that. But there are ways to prevent it from influencing our thoughts and decisions too much.
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