EEO, Diversity, and Ethics

EEO, Diversity, and Ethics Video Index


EEO, Diversity, and Ethics Video List

 

Best Practices for Recruiting and Hireing Persons with Disabilities (Julia Bumbaca) SU #7 (00:19:48)

As the Nation's largest employer, Federal Government agencies are required to be model emplolyers for all individuals with disabilities and targeted disabilities.

Bridging The Gap (01:40:29)

Bridging the Gaps is about understanding and accepting people from each of the four generations (Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials), and learning to interact in ways that increase engagement, satisfaction and productivity. To bring out the best in each employee and volunteer, we must be aware of and adjust to the styles and preferences of each of the four generations in the workforce. During this broadcast, we will discuss the characteristics, preferences, and values of each generation; describe the stereotypes that may get in the way of understanding a different generation; and provide tips to improve communication and interaction between the generations working in the Department of the Interior and its bureaus.

CADR and CORE Plus (Matt Costello) SU # 4 (00:15:04)

The CORE PLUS Program is a voluntary program that provides impartial and confidential assistance to any DOI employee seeking to improve or resolve a workplace issue or concern.

Color of Tomorrow (01:04:23) Embracing Diversity: Discussion of diversity in the workforce and changing demographics.

DOI Ethics 2011 (00:54:23)

"Ethics Skits" brought to you by the "Never-to-Appear-on Broadway Players". Presented by Melinda Loftin, DOI Designated Agency Ethics Official. 2011

Equal Access to Government Programs (01:37:21)

Featuring national experts from the Department of Justice, and covered the most critical civil rights programs: multicultural inclusion, Environmental Justice, language access and disability access. Aired: September 22, 2011

Holding Difficult Conversations (Jack Owens) (SU#5) (00:04:39)

When you feel a conversation getting stuck due to conflict, get away from the content of the discussion and instead, focus on how both people are being treated and how they feel. Step out of content and talk more about process.

How To Write A Performance Improvement Plan (NPS) (02:29:15)

National Park Service Equal Employee Opportunity (part 1) (00:51:31)

Presented by Maxie Hamilton, NPS, Equal Opportunity Manager. October 5, 2011. This course is an introduction to the basics of Equal Employment Opportunity law.

It touches on such topics as the EEO requirements and timelines, and exploring Alternative Dispute Resolution as a tool to manage workplace conflict. Reasonable Accommodation requirements and limitations will be part of the discussion. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and apply their learning to real-time scenarios and hypothetical situations. This course meets the annual requirement for supervisory EEO training and can serve as a refresher for experienced supervisors, as well as those newer to the job of managing a 21st century workforce. Produced by the National Park Service

National Park Service Equal Employee Opportunity (part 2) (01:01:12)

Presented by Maxie Hamilton, NPS, Equal Opportunity Manager. October 5, 2011. This course is an introduction to the basics of Equal Employment Opportunity law.

It touches on such topics as the EEO requirements and timelines, and exploring Alternative Dispute Resolution as a tool to manage workplace conflict. Reasonable Accommodation requirements and limitations will be part of the discussion. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and apply their learning to real-time scenarios and hypothetical situations. This course meets the annual requirement for supervisory EEO training and can serve as a refresher for experienced supervisors, as well as those newer to the job of managing a 21st century workforce. Produced by the National Park Service

National Park Service Equal Employee Opportunity (part 3) (01:07:39)

Presented by Maxie Hamilton, NPS, Equal Opportunity Manager. October 5, 2011. This course is an introduction to the basics of Equal Employment Opportunity law.

It touches on such topics as the EEO requirements and timelines, and exploring Alternative Dispute Resolution as a tool to manage workplace conflict. Reasonable Accommodation requirements and limitations will be part of the discussion. Participants will have an opportunity to practice and apply their learning to real-time scenarios and hypothetical situations. This course meets the annual requirement for supervisory EEO training and can serve as a refresher for experienced supervisors, as well as those newer to the job of managing a 21st century workforce. Produced by the National Park Service

Reasonable Accommodation (NPS) (02:58:30)

This video covers the topic of "Reasonable Accommodation". Although recorded at NCTC in 2006, the requirement for (and policies mandating) Reasonable Accommodation have not changed.

Resolving Performance Issues (NPS) (01:44:20)

Supervising Different Generations (Janelle Quinn, Dave Lemarie, Tiffani Fedler-Harper, Jamie Brown) SU # 2 (00:18:23)