HR Works: Classes from the Capitol


It was simply final Wednesday when an unprecedented assault on the Capitol constructing captured the eye of the world. I, for one, watched with disbelief as doorways have been breached, police have been overrun, tear fuel was used on each attackers and defenders, and when one girl died. It was a grim scene and one which reminds us that even these locations which might be speculated to be safe can have critical safety flaws.

Forward of the inauguration, the FBI just lately warned all 50 states that there is likely to be armed violence. We’ve all seen the photographs of the nationwide guard within the capitol constructing however not in all places can have such assets to guard themselves to that diploma.

As an HR skilled, you seemingly play some position in your organizational safety. This occasion has highlighted for all of us how necessary that position is, and the way extra can all the time be carried out.

I’m fortunate to be joined as we speak by Ty Smith, a retired Navy Seal and founder and CEO of CommSafe AI, an African American and disabled veteran-owned know-how firm that helps firms disrupt rising threats by way of an AI communications evaluation system that helps firms establish and mitigate poisonous communication within the office earlier than it escalates.

As promised, here is a link to the article I discussed discussing new threats throughout the pandemic with Ty.

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