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  • November 9, 2021
    Board To Consider Policy Change To Limit Disruptive Conduct
    The Board of Supervisors will consider a policy change intended to curtail hate speech and inappropriate conduct during county meetings.
  • November 9, 2021
    Supervisors to Consider Policy Changes to Limit Disruptive Conduct at Meetings
    The county Board of Supervisors will consider a policy change Wednesday intended to curtail hate speech and inappropriate conduct during county meetings, following a contentious session last week in which some members of the public used racist and threatening language.
  • November 9, 2021
    San Diego Supervisors to consider policy changes to limit disruptive conduct at meetingsThe county Board of Supervisors will consider a policy change Wednesday intended to curtail hate speech and inappropriate conduct during county meetings, following a contentious session last week in which some members of the public used racist and threatening language.
  • November 9, 2021
    San Diego Supervisors propose policy changes to limit hateful public commentsThe county Board of Supervisors will consider a policy change Wednesday intended to curtail hate speech and inappropriate conduct during county meetings.
  • November 9, 2021
    New policies considered to curb hate speech at county board meetingsThe county Board of Supervisors will consider a policy change Wednesday intended to curtail hate speech and inappropriate conduct during county meetings, following a contentious session last week in which some members of the public used racist and threatening language.
  • October 18, 2021
    Vaccines, Racial Justice, #MeToo: Workplace Bystander Training Is More Important Than EverThe past 18 months have brought us a global pandemic, a contentious presidential election, racial justice protests, anger about vaccine mandates and most recently, another powerful man guilty of sexual harassment. And now the Delta variant of Covid-19 has forced companies to change daily operations yet again. NCRC’s Ashley Virtue discusses how HR directors can navigate this seeming minefield and help employees work better together as they return to the office, navigate tough conversations, handle awkward situations and prevent harassment.
  • September 13, 2021
    The craft beer industry confronts its demonsThe craft beer community reunited in Denver this weekend for the first time since before the pandemic to confront its demons. What they're saying: In the opening address, Bob Pease, CEO of the Boulder-based Brewers Association, the industry's leading trade group, called for an "awakening."
  • August 26, 2021
    NCRC Interview with KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO Los AngelesWe may not all agree on the best way to get our children back to school, but as Ashley Virtue explains to us, there are ways for navigating difficult conversations around vaccines, masks, and boundaries.
  • July 18, 2021
    Unease As Mask Guidance ChangesNCRC's Ashley Virtue is quoted in this front-page article about the Bay Area's recent shift to advising indoor protection.
  • June 18, 2021
    How to Have Courageous Conversations at WorkAfter a surreal pandemic year spent apart, how do we approach face-to-face dialogue about divisive issues? Ashley Virtue, NCRC's Director of External Relations, makes the case for having courageous conversations at work.

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