Building a Healthy Workplace Culture

For an organization to have the chance to fully engage its workforce and get the best from them, it needs to build the foundations of a healthy workplace culture.

Recorded Wednesday,
December 7th, 2022
2 Presenters
1h total length
$179.00 or 1 Token

Includes: 30 Days OnDemand Playback, Presenter Materials and Handouts

  • Compliance
  • General Compliance
  • Human Resources
  • Management/Employee Development
  • Reporting
  • Board Member
  • Compliance Officer
  • Human Resources Officer
  • Risk Manager
  • Senior Management
  • Trainer

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For an organization to have the chance to fully engage its workforce and get the best from them, it needs to build the foundations of a healthy workplace culture. Employees need to feel that they are valued — which includes being heard, kept healthy and safe, and shown respect and fairness. Research shows that when these conditions are achieved, employees are more likely to become more engaged and increase their discretionary effort for the organization. Key efforts that leadership should build or strengthen include ways employees can speak up about misconduct and concerns, how managers can best listen up regarding these reports and concerns, maintaining a healthy and safe workplace, preventing and addressing suspected harassment and employment discrimination, and promoting efforts to augment diversity, equity and inclusion throughout the workforce.

What You'll Learn

  • Why organizational culture impacts the bottom line
  • A healthy workplace culture has a direct relationship to employee engagement
  • Encouraging employees to speak up sets the foundation for a healthy workplace culture, and why managers “listening up” is essential to this effort
  • Why the need for physical and psychological health and safety and feelings of respect and fairness are necessary
  • How a healthy workplace culture supports ethics and compliance and other risk management efforts

Who Should Attend

HR professionals, corporate executives and compliance officers who are making decisions that impact the work lives of employees and impacting organizational culture.

Jonathan Gonzalez

Instructor Bio

Jonathan Gonzalez has dedicated his entire career to management-side labor and employment preventative practice. While a skilled litigator, Jonathan has focused his practice toward advising employers on risk areas in labor and employment and has worked with companies of all sizes to reduce incidents of harassment, discrimination, and abusive conduct.

Understanding its critical importance to healthy workplace culture, Jonathan also has worked to increase inclusion of thought in diverse workplaces, and routinely helps companies address other issues that arise in workplaces throughout the United States (and globally). Jonathan’s deep understanding of employers taking a mindful approach toward cultural improvement sets him apart from his colleagues in the industry.

Jason Lunday

Instructor Bio

Jason Lunday is chief learning officer at Syntrio, Inc., and Syntrio’s compliance officer. In this role, Jason oversees research for development, and liaises with subject matter experts, to produce Syntrio’s learning products and services.

Jason has worked for over 30 years in risk management, compliance and ethics, both as a corporate professional and consultant. His work has involved supporting corporate values initiatives, developing and revising codes of conduct and related policies, conducting organizational risk, culture and program assessments, developing and delivering training, building monitoring systems and auditing compliance systems and activities.