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Compliance Training Videos
"How Was Your Day?" draws employees in AND GETS THEM TALKING ABOUT how to recognize and understand their workplace responsibilities in the areas of unconscious bias, diversity & inclusion, harassment and bullying.
A bold new approach to sexual harassment training that addresses the sexually charged tension between our social lives and our work lives. Learn how to put your sexuality on hold while at work with this comprehensive training series.
It would be hard to find a program more realistic in its examples and more probing of our preconceptions regarding what is and is not sexual harasment than He Said, She Said. Fully interactive, the sexual harassment training offers a wide range of industry settings and training modes.
Consciously Overcoming Unconscious Bias is a conversational, easy-to-use program that shows how unconscious bias, micro-inequities, and micro-affirmations overlap in the workplace. It presents all three topics simultaneously, facilitating their understanding.
Three of our best selling compliance videos have been bundled together to save you 20% off the individual purchase prices! Let's Get Honest, In This Together and Moment of Truth address a variety of issues from Sexual Harassment to ethical dilemmas. All 3 create a powerful training package sure to enhance your compliance training curriculum.
Moment of Truth will help your organization promote a culture of honesty and ethical behavior. It features realistic settings, from employee theft to false financial reporting and provides employees with four practical questions they can apply to any ethical dilemma.
Preventing Workplace Bullying: How to Recognize and Respond to Bullies at Work uses short vignettes to teach 4 keys to preventing bullying at work. A powerful tool for training on this important topic.
Enjoy access to the most up-to-date contextual compliance training for human resource professionals. 18 newly released employee and manager programs which will satisfy training requirements for continuing education or provide updated information regarding bullying and harassment, sexual harassment, social media and email, legal interviewing and much, much more.
Demographics are becoming more racially and ethnically diverse every year. Add in a recent surge in legal protections for more groups of employees, the trend of an increasingly later retirement age and a rising number of women in the workplace, and the need for diversity and inclusion training has never been more vital to the success of business.
Unfortunately, Harassment and Bullying can occur in any organization. This program address these topics in a straightforward and easy-to-understand manner so that the learner clearly understands the legal definitions of these issues as well as the impact on employees and organizations.
The potential to violate employment laws, improperly release information or to damage employer reputation is even greater on social media. Make sure employees and management are aware of the legal risks they face regarding posts, comments, or tweets when “representing the organization”.
Shows how to properly frame interview questions so that they don’t discriminate against any legally protected category of applicant and explains the importance of complying with the law in terms of respecting an applicant’s privacy and providing reasonable accommodation for those who need it.
Five generations discuss their own generational traits and that of their coworkers. Learn to communicate better, deal with change, increase productivity, and develop a more respectful workplace. Create unity at work for people at all stages of life with this effective and interesting training.
A new compliance video for human resource professionals, thes training program details the FSLA coversing everything in its scope, including employee classifications, minimum wage standards, overtime rules, independent contractors, child labor laws, and the consequences of non-compliance.
The "TAKEAWAY" for Managers™ Series gives managers and supervisors a basic foundation for legal compliance, in a straightforward and easy-to-remember way. Conversational and easy to use, the series covers Sexual Harassment, Diversity, Respect & Legal Compliance, Legal Interviewing, ADA, FMLA, and Discipline, Documentation & Termination.
A compliance training course for any organization with interests abroad, this program explains how the law protects against unethical behavior and provides a level playing field for all businesses involved in foreign trade. Learn about anti-bribery, accounting provisions and the civil consequences of violating the FCPA.
Understanding and preventing insider trading is imperative to running a successful and reputable company, and this training marks a step towards ensuring that every member of your staff is aware of the legal aspects when dealing with stocks and securities.
With questions about workplace privacy on the rise, managers need to understand the rules of effective, legal documentation and what to communicate to employees about organizational and individual privacy rights.
Substance abuse can create serious problems in the workplace, but dealing with it incorrectly can trigger a lawsuit. Following the proper procedures when substance abuse is suspected is critical.
Managers are the first line of defense in dealing with harassment and discrimination issues. Because their actions—and inactions—directly represent the organization, they need to know how to prevent, rather than contribute, to lawsuits.
A single incident of workplace violence can create considerable harm—to the individuals involved, to the team, to the organization's reputation and to the bottom line. Managers need to know how to diffuse potentially threatening situations to keep the workplace safe.
The complexities of the Americans with Disabilities Act mean the opportunity for risk is great. Uninformed decision making by managers can open the door for lost productivity, decreased trust and expensive lawsuits.
Finding the right people is challenging, but recruiting and hiring decisions can be legal minefields for managers who don't understand where the boundaries lie.
Although discipline and termination decisions are common areas of legal exposure, it is too often that managers don't have the proper training to handle these fundamental managerial responsibilities appropriately. The result can be expensive, time-consuming litigation.
Uncover the legal views concerning workplace messaging and reinforce the concept that emails are permanent and NOT private. This compliance program educates the viewer on what should never be sent via email and the repercussions of sending inappropriate email.
As managers, we make decisions every day that impact the lives of the people who work for us. We have an obligation to make sure those decisions don’t result in a lawsuit. It's the Law™ can help you put the legalities of management into perspective and keep your organization out of the courtroom.
Unlawful retaliation amongst employees is a growing form of discrimination which often results in costly litigation, damaged reputations for organizations, and ruined careers. Cultivate integrity and prevent retaliation with this program.
There is no denying that the reach of ADA coverage has been widely expanded with the new ADAAA. As a result, the chance of legal exposure for organizations correspondingly increased. The importance of managers and supervisors being trained on compliance with this law has never been more critical. This program is a sure way to increase understanding and compliance within your organization.
Set the standard for integrity and ethics for your entire staff by providing guidelines they can use in their day-to-day interactions with patients and fellow team members. Use this compelling and insightful video to ensure your employees have the facts about healthcare compliance.
The ADA Revisited informs managers and other employees about the opportunities and legal responsibilities organizations and individuals face under the Americans with Disabilities Act. It is an excellent way to allay fears and misconceptions about the ADA while sensitizing employees to the benefits of a diverse workforce that includes persons with different abilities.