Diversity & Inclusion Roundtable - Process/Document Review for bias
Date: January 24, 2019
Location: UBC Robson Square
CPD Hours: 1.5
Please note Roundtables are exclusively available and free to CPHR BC & Yukon Members. You can find more on becoming a Member on our website.
Topic: Process/Document Review for bias
Have you wondered if any of your processes or HR related documents, such as job descriptions, applications, organizational charts, or performance reviews, have hidden biases?
In this roundtable, we'll look at your examples of any HR process or document to see if we can uncover gender bias, racial bias, or other unconscious biases with the aim of re-wording them to be more inclusive.
Karen Larsen is the Human Resources Manager for the UBC Department of Surgery, where she provides HR leadership and service to faculty and staff.
She is a student of Diversity & Inclusion and explorer of different cultures for many years.
Karen has completed the Certificate in Intercultural Studies, UBC Extended Learning and has worked as a facilitator with CUSO International for more than 13 years.
CPHR BC & Yukon Office
Nespresso Corporate Boardroom
Suite 1101 - 1111 W Hastings
Vancouver BC - V6E 2J3
Street parking available - Close to Waterfront station (Skytrain & Canada Line).
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5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
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