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@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...2yrs

No, just ensure there are clear guidelines, action, and accountability for acts of discrimination

@ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...2yrs

Yes, as long as it covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) and is not based on critical race theory

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@8TFGXKGRepublican from Wisconsin answered…2yrs

No but if you know an employee is without a doubt and have proof he/she is racist to any one regardless of color they should be fired

 @JonBSimConstitutionfrom Kentucky  disagreed…5mos

No, just ensure there are clear guidelines, action, and accountability for acts of discrimination

If the best plumber in the world is racist, you shouldn't fire him because it has nothing to do with his profession.

@8HZ5PCR from California answered…2yrs

@98YZJYRSocialist from Minnesota answered…1 day

@98YFGRZ from Utah answered…2 days

@98Y5MXK from Massachusetts answered…2 days

if people do not know how to ct around each other than maybe they shouldn't be working for the government.

@98XZSP6 from Texas answered…2 days

"Training" won't change a person's mindset. Add more consequences to those who harass others on any basis.

@98WYBDHDemocrat from Indiana answered…5 days

Yes, and extend the requirement to private companies as well, and include LGBTQ+ topics, age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, and not base it on critical race theory.

@98VSH78from Guam  answered…1wk

Yes, and also include LGBTQ+ topics as well as extend the requirement to private companies and must covers all protected groups (age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion) . Lastly, also ensure there are clear guidelines, action, and accountability for acts of discrimination.

@98VP58G from California answered…1wk

@98V69YK from Ohio answered…1wk

No, just ensure there are clear guidelines, action, and accountability for acts of discrimination, and heavily enforce these rules

@98TPRYZ from North Carolina answered…1wk

Racial sensitivity training is not needed at all and should not be a requirement.

@98STYX3 from Rhode Island answered…2wks

No, because this would just decrease the possibility of "racial blindness"

@98SFLLB from Pennsylvania answered…2wks

@98SD569 from Virginia answered…2wks

Certain departments shall receive more intensive training than others

@98S3W48Green from North Carolina answered…2wks

@98RZMVWCommunist from New York answered…2wks

Yes, and it should cover all protected groups and be based in critical race theory.

@98QRT3C from Wisconsin answered…2wks

@98QJ2LM from Louisiana answered…2wks

they should train employees to handle racial and LGBTQ+ topics as well as mental and developmental issues that are not based on race or gender.

@98PXCTH from New Mexico answered…3wks

Yes, however training should not be tied to employment, but rather universal education.

@98PNDJW from Illinois answered…3wks

@98NY4SJ from California answered…3wks

@98NPDGL from Nevada answered…3wks

No, millennials should grow some balls and have respect for others.

@98NGL9Z from California answered…3wks

Yes, and all protected groups(age, sex, race, disability, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity) should be covered and this should also apply to all corporations

@98MJDGZ from Virginia answered…3wks

No, just address racism in the workplace and establish rules that create a welcoming environment for minorities.

@98L9W3PProgressive from New York answered…4wks

@98K23TB from Virginia answered…4wks

No. If they aren't actively being racist and it's an issue, it shouldn't affect their jobs.

@98JCL9G from Minnesota answered…4wks

@98J8KN2 from Connecticut answered…1mo

@98HFRNP from Connecticut answered…1mo

No, it should be up to private companies to decide whether to offer this.

@98H79FX from Massachusetts answered…1mo

@98FY5KX from New York answered…1mo

Only for federal employees and programs funded directly with federal funds.

@98FCXHSRepublican from Indiana answered…2mos

No, most federal employees are woke enough. Such training is unnecessary.

@98F4TTF from Minnesota answered…2mos

Don't teach Critical Race Theory. CRT only divides us. We should take action when discrimination of any kind occurs in an employment or any setting.

@98DWYWRfrom Maine  answered…2mos

Yes and also include LGBTQ+ topics and extend the requirement to private companies as well

@98CK793 from California answered…2mos

Requiring training does not address who does the training, so until that element of this question is addressed, I'll say 'no.'

@98BZSH7 from California answered…2mos

Yes, also include LGBTQ+ topics, and extend the requirement to private companies

@98BKM2K from North Carolina answered…2mos

If it's clear that the employee isn't already aware of being racially sensitive then yes, but it shouldn't be a mandate.

@98B4H8S from Illinois answered…2mos

@98B2R8T from Florida answered…2mos

Only if it covers ALL groups - not just so called "protected groups". All human beings are important and need to be recognized as potential victims of discrimination, prejudice, and hatred.

@989X23F from Ohio answered…2mos

Yes, but do not make it mandatory for all employees to go through.

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