Care For Our Caregivers
The impacts of corporate diversity training can result in an organization being more inclusive of caregivers. Title VII makes it illegal to discriminate against women who have care giving responsibilities. The impacts of corporate diversity training can train managers to better understand that denying a woman a job because she intends to have children can result in a lawsuit. The impacts of corporate diversity training can educate managers to avoid the trends of disparate treatment when women step away from career advancement to care for children, the elderly or disabled. The impacts of corporate diversity training would further show that just because a woman has a dual focus of career AND family responsibility, she should not be targeted for lower paying jobs in anticipation of her needing time away from the office.
The impacts of corporate diversity training would also educate managers that sex bias still exists if they discriminate against women with children, while advancing women who do not have children. A better understanding of disparate treatment can be some of the positive impacts of corporate diversity training. In turn, the impacts of corporate diversity training reveal that if one group is treated consistently different than another, (childless women versus women without children), the result is disparate treatment and a potential lawsuit. The impacts of corporate diversity training would help managers avoid discriminatory pitfalls of gender bias.