Thank you for verifying your email address.

This site uses cookies to provide a streamlined online-preview and purchase experience. To learn more see our current privacy policy.

United for change.
Media Partners is united with those working to end systemic racism.
Our Commitment.

Hard Rock International: Teaming with Media Partners to Rock Professional Development

May 5, 2020
By Media Partners
When the doors open again for concerts, fine dining, and state-of-the-art casinos, Hard Rock International will be on the minds of many. See how the organization supports its company values and mission with respectful workplace training.

Owned by the Seminole Tribe of Florida, the Hard Rock brand is synonymous worldwide with fun. Its 200-plus venues across more than 70 countries feature distinctive cafes, collectible merchandise, and awesome performance facilities.

Hard Rock Snapshot_small

But did you also know that Hard Rock is an employer honored for its commitments to diversity, social responsibility, and professional development? Its philanthropy-based business strategies and employee learning opportunities serve as models for other organizations and help the organization attract top-caliber talent.

Professional development is a particular draw for Hard Rock employees, and Media Partners teams with the company to ensure that respectful workplace training —featuring Media Partners’ How Was Your Day? Getting Real about Bias, Inclusion, Harassment and Bullyingbegins with convenient, self-directed learning during the onboarding process.

For a quick overview of Hard Rock International and its talent-development collaboration with Media Partners, enjoy this exclusive Media Partners Customer Snapshot.


Ready to rock top-quality respectful-workplace, sexual harassment prevention, or other timely training for your organization? Media Partners has the solutions you need, thoughtfully designed for engaging, behavior-changing learning—and flexible delivery to remote employees anywhere.

HWYD_branding small2020 Employee Course_title

          How Was Your Day?        Once & For All: Stopping Sexual Harassment at Work

Tags: Business