HR Best Practices and Jobsite Resources
Providing our members with a variety of tools to help in
creating and maintaining a Culture of CARE.
Anti-Harassment & Discrimination Videos
Traditional anti-harassment & discrimination training is an important and necessary tool to set expectations in the workplace. AGC provides Supervisor and Worker Anti-Harassment & Discrimination Training videos to AGC members. To reserve a copy for your next training email email@example.com.
Top-20 Best HR Practices for Diversity
AGC of Washington contractors came together in collaboration with HR and equity expert Keonna Jackson to develop Top-20 Best HR Practices for Diversity. This document gives your firm a road map of where and how to start implementing HR policies that will advance your diversity and equity goals.
Diversity & Inclusion Policy
Along with your anti-harassment and discrimination policy, a diversity & inclusion policy can be a useful tool with which to reinforce the cultural goals of your organization. AGC provides this Sample Diversity & Inclusion Policy, or edit it to best fit your company’s culture and needs.
Domestic Violence Policy
65 percent of companies don’t have a formal workplace domestic violence prevention policy, yet one in four women and one in 10 men will experience domestic violence in their lifetime. To be prepared when domestic violence comes to work, AGC’s HR Committee has come together to create a Sample Domestic Violence Policy to adopt or edit.
Including Mental Health in Your COVID-19 Response
AGC has provided some best practices to help increase the support for vulnerable workers dealing with COVID-19 stress.
Unconscious Bias Resources
Unconscious bias is something we should all be aware of and considering in every corner of our industry. Share these polished, poignant and entertaining resources from our corporate neighbors Google, Facebook, MTV and Ted Talks.
Regard, Respect & Resolve are the prime elements of a Culture of CARE. A Culture of CARE will have far-reaching impacts for you and your organization including diversity, inclusion, safety, productivity, quality, morale and community stewardship…
Why should we be talking about respect, diversity and inclusion in the workplace? It’s simple: it’s necessary. it’s important for the livelihood and success of the project, and of every individual, that we create a culture of care within our community on the jobsite…
We spend plenty of time talking about what not to do in relation to diversity and inclusion in the workplace, but here are some things you can do now to start fostering a more inclusive workplace…
We all have a responsibility to help end everyday racism and sexism on the job site. Often, these issues more pervasive because racist and sexist comments and actions are tolerated and not confronted. Here are some helpful tips on meaningful ways to speak up and engage…
For many years, it was considered taboo to talk about mental health at work and other public places. Fortunately, the stigma of talking about mental health is changing.
Supporting and providing guidance for employees and management to address the occurrence of domestic violence, sexual assault or stalking and its potential effects in the workplace. [COMPANY] will ensure that those who seek help get help and that all supervisors, managers and employees receive a copy of this policy are aware of [COMPANY] policies on these issues and, when possible, participate in domestic violence training.
To support employees who are experiencing domestic violence, this company has summarized the following Washington State leave entitlements and established the following procedures. Victims of domestic violence, sexual assault, or stalking, the opportunity to take time off from work. This leave is available to all employees and qualifying family members.
Employees can request a safety accommodation related to domestic violence, including a job transfer or reassignment; changing work telephone or email, and implementation of safety procedures. Employers must provide reasonable safety accommodations when requested, unless it creates an undue hardship.
Posters, hardhat stickers, logos
We’ve created posters, hardhat stickers and logos to help you celebrate a Culture of CARE in the office and on the jobsite. Use these along with your own messages to reinforce your company’s commitment to a Culture of CARE.