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Improving Regulatory Compliance Training

KnowledgeCity

Corporate and regulatory compliance training is not the most exciting topics for employees. Codes of Conduct. Ethics violations can also create turmoil within the organization and cause the loss of trust with customers and the public in general which can take a very long time to recover from. Compliance training helps employees understand the issues and how to identify and report problems before violations can occur.

Introducing The Fall 2018 TalentLMS Update

TalentLMS

The whole world has returned to school now. You’re hustling to get your best work done before the end of the year. The Fall 2018 TalentLMS Update is going to help you do exactly that. Let’s open the box and have a look inside. You are probably already familiar with TalentLMS’ built-in Infographics that show statistics about your training portal and learners. Learn how to create your own infographics here.

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Q&A With Nichole Pitts (Ethintegrity)

Interactive Services

Interactive compliance training presents: Q&A with Nichole Pitts Founder & CEO, Ethintegrity. Her career as a senior leader for an international business, gives her a unique understanding of the challenges facing compliance departments and organizations. In your opinion, what makes an effective compliance training program? I believe that to have an effective compliance training program, you need to connect with your employees in a personal way.

eLearning in the GDPR era: What you need to know

TalentLMS

After decades of relative neglect, online privacy concerns have become increasingly important in the last few years. This year, especially, has brought privacy on the forefront of public discussion, while a host of state and corporate initiatives have been launched to address the issue. Chief among them, the European Union’s “General Data Protection Regulation” (GDPR for short), which comes to full force on May 25th, 2018.