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Why Is FERPA Compliance Training Important?

KnowledgeCity

Protecting our privacy is becoming more difficult every day. Consequently, FERPA compliance training is more important than ever to ensure institutional safety and information security. It is a federal law that stands for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act. FERPA was originally known as the Buckley Amendment when it became law in 1974. It came on the heels of the Watergate scandal and invasion of privacy issues.

Why is Compliance so Hard? And Why it Doesn’t Have to Be!

Enyota Learning

For large organizations with a distributed workforce, compliance training is a key focus area. This is necessary to ensure employees are educated on the laws, regulations, and policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities. Compliance training is essential for several reasons - to ensure compliance that drives better process adherence and performance, to avoid legal liability for violations, and to add business value and ensure competitive advantage.

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Why Compliance is so Hard? And Why It Doesn’t Have to Be?

Enyota Learning

For large organizations with a distributed workforce, compliance training is a key focus area. This is necessary to ensure employees are educated on the laws, regulations, and policies that apply to their day-to-day job responsibilities. Compliance training is essential for several reasons - to ensure compliance that drives better process adherence and performance, to avoid legal liability for violations, and to add business value and ensure competitive advantage.

Improving Regulatory Compliance Training

KnowledgeCity

Corporate and regulatory compliance training is not the most exciting topics for employees. Corporate compliance ensures your organization runs smoothly and regulatory compliance ensures that your organization follows all applicable laws and regulations. Common compliance areas in business include: Federal and State Laws. Company Policies and Procedures. Sexual Harassment. FERPA Compliance: Family Education Rights and Privacy Act.

7 Solutions to Enhance Engagement in Your Compliance Training

Kitaboo

Compliance, in a general sense of the word, means conforming to certain laws, polices, standards or specifications. Compliance training is very essential to keep your organization at bay from expensive penalties, and at the same time, to ensure the safety of your workforce.

Benefits of Using a Learning Management System for Your Ongoing and Recurring Training

SkyPrep

Ongoing and recurring training are vital types of training that contributes to the success of the business. You run the risk of having poor-performing employees and face liabilities if you do not offer consistent ongoing and recurring training.

Four Principles for Effective Training Systems

Interactive Services

By Matt Kelly – a long-time writer and observer of the corporate compliance and GRC scene. Matt runs Radical Compliance , a website and newsletter devoted to corporate compliance, audit, and risk management issues that he launched 2016. He has been working to make the GRC world a better place ever since. Altogether, the firms lost nearly $100 million. In other words, this was a failure of effective training.

How Do Your Employees Behave When No One Is Looking?

Interactive Services

In March and April of 2019, dozens of CEOs, entrepreneurs, medical and legal professionals, investors, college and university personnel, and Hollywood actors dominated the headlines for their participation in the college admissions scandal dubbed “ Varsity Blues.” Some allegedly paid to brand their students as Division 1 athletes despite their lack of participation in the sports, while are said to have had stand-ins sit for their SAT and ACT exams. Data Privacy.

Navigating the Digital Ecosystem, Preselling, and the Problems with the Culture of Free with Robin Harris

LifterLMS

Navigating the digital ecosystem, preselling, and the problems with the culture of free with Robin Harris in this episode of the LMScast podcast with Chris Badgett of LifterLMS. Chris and Robin dive into why cultivating a community around your product is important, and what the state of the online education industry looks like in 2018. With all of the technology tools available today, it is not hard to put your services online.