The purpose of this workshop will be to review types of adverse actions related to an individual’s sex which can constitute discrimination.The purpose of this workshop is to discuss how human resources personnel are using the information contain on social media sites when making hiring decisions.About 75 percent of victims know their attacker, and 45 percent of victims are under 12 years old.The Connecticut Department of Emergency Services & Public Protection maintains the registry and updates information regularly, but information can change quickly.Unconscious bias allows us to process complex information and assists us with decision making.The purpose of this workshop will be to understand how unconscious biases are formed and learn how we can challenge our own biases.We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore access cannot be granted at this time.For any issues, contact [email protected] call 800-362-8333.
Everyone has biases that shape how we see the world.
Build stronger relationships with community organizations and increase awareness surrounding the extensive rights protected by the municipalities.
Through an informative workshop session with the Equal Opportunities Division’s in-house staff, you the respected community partner will receive the most up-to-date information about Civil Rights and Equal Opportunities while learning the process of supporting your clients/community members who wish to take a stand against discrimination and file a complaint with the Equal Opportunities Division.
The purpose of this workshop will be to review types of adverse actions related to an individual’s arrest record and conviction record in employment.
This training will discuss employer/employee/applicant rights and responsibilities, as well as best practices for employers.