Diversity & Inclusion Training for Your Organization

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Recent events have brought discussions of diversity and inclusion, particularly around race, to the forefront. While we don’t pretend to have all of the answers, we wholeheartedly believe that diversity is what makes our communities, organizations, and country stronger. 

Navigating this terrain on your own can be challenging, but Nextep is here to help.  We can all actively listen and learn from people from all walks of life and work hand-in-hand to make our communities and workplaces more safe and inclusive for everyone. 

Our HR experts put together training videos to help train your employees and leadership on the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace: 

Training for all employees can be found here.

Additional training for managers can be found here — managers need to watch both videos.  

As always, our HR team is at-the-ready to answer any questions you may have! 

We are committed to listening, learning, and changing our workplace and communities for the better. Join us in doing the work it takes to be a part of the solution

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