All events are Eastern Time unless otherwise indicated.
Date(s) - Oct 13
1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Presented by Ta’amod & Hosted by the Human Resources Affinity Group
Since the rise of the #MeToo movement, research and investigative reporting have shown that there is much to be done to eliminate this painful reality in the Jewish communal world. With the new COVID-19 virtual and in-office landscape, our workplaces have become more challenging to navigate. The holistic approach to response and prevention is to proactively create safe, respectful workplace culture in our agencies. Ta’amod has been established as a national response to support Jewish communal organizations with this effort. Join National Director, Nicole Nevarez and NJHSA trainer, Shana Menkis for this interactive session where we explore workplace culture and respect through a Jewish lens, discussing the values which guide the missions of NJHSA member agencies. We will learn the identifying factors of safe, respectful workplace culture, warning signs, and barriers in different working environments. We will discover and engage with skills and tools we can use to become active bystanders and bring this work into our professional environments and communal spaces to help our agencies and all who work or engage with them develop cultures of safety, respect, and equity.
Non-members may register by contacting Karen Rosen.