Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Certificate Series

A year of understanding

Conversation in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion – for Supervisors and HR Professionals

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) is a top priority for every employer. But what is next? How do you drive inclusion? How do you build a culture where everyone feels included, valued, and heard? We’ll answer these questions and more in this program.

Registration options:

  • Attend an individual session: $99 AIM Members | $120 Non-Members
  • Want to attend these classes and receive previous session recordings? Contact Kallee McGraw at kmcgraw@AIMHRSolutions.com 

Each session features subject matter experts, scroll down to each session description for details and to register for individual sessions.

Who should attend this series?

Anyone with HR responsibilities

Supervisors and Managers

Classes and Descriptions

Class 7 | Pay Equity – Developing Equitable Compensation Strategies and Complying with MA Law

The MA Pay Equity law became effective on July 1, 2018, yet women still only make $0.81 for every $1.00 a man makes. What is your organization doing to promote compensation equity in the workplace? Equity doesn’t just come in the form of base pay, but also bonuses, benefits, assignment of roles, and general pay policies. Learn how your organization can be proactive and progressive as it works towards gender equity in compensation.

Review MA pay equity law and trends in other states

Explore how COVID has disproportionately impacted the pay of women

Understand the ongoing pay requirements related to MA Pay Equity

Discuss disparate pay between races

Upcoming Classes:

Cost to attend individual session: $99 AIM Members | $120 Non-Members

Class 8 | Developing an Inclusive Office Space – ADA Considerations

Office spaces have changed over time from private offices and cubicles to large open collaborative areas. As a result of the pandemic, working from home has become increasingly common. Is your organization prepared to comply with the requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act and any accommodations requested by your employees?

Understand the ADA and employer requirements

Explore common workplace accommodations for employees and guests

Learn about design strategies, equipment and technology that can create an inclusive work environment

Discuss the impact of the remote work environment on employees with disabilities

Upcoming Classes:

Cost to attend individual session: $99 AIM Members | $120 Non-Members

Class 9: Managing Generational Diversity at Work

Recognizing and understanding differences among the different generations in the workforce can help your supervisors better supervise employees. Generational diversity can have an impact on the way employees perform, the way they perceive their supervisors and the organization, and the way they interact with one another. Although generational differences are only one way the workforce is diverse, and although generation is only one factor among many affecting employees’ attitudes and behavior, your supervisors need to understand the generational influences, experiences, and concerns that shape employees so that they can work well with employees of all ages and encourage their workers to perform at their best.

Define generational diversity

Identify the different generations in the workforce

Understand differences among the generations that can affect the workplace

Appreciate the impact of generational diversity in communication, feedback, teamwork, motivation, training, and development

Use knowledge of generational diversity to improve supervision of all employees

Upcoming Classes:

Cost to attend individual session: $99 AIM Members | $120 Non-Members