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5 Points to Consider When Updating Your Anti-Harassment Policies


With the recent slew of high-profile allegations, confessions, and convictions for sexual and workplace harassment, anti-harassment policies have become a “hot button” issue for many companies. To protect your organization, now is a great time to update your harassment policies and procedures. First, we should define the issue at hand. Here are a few steps you can take to update your anti-harassment policies.

Resources for Sexual Harassment Prevention in Your Workplace

Interactive Services

Today, many organizations around the world are continuing to shape and reshape their policies, gain a greater understanding of the threats and mistreatment their employees face or could face, and attempt to resolve issues before they become a problem. State and federal policies.

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The Smart Worker : relies on a trusted network of friends and colleagues

Jane Hart

In recent postings I focused on how L&D can support the content needs of the Smart Worker, but in fact it is clear, that most people first try and solve their problems by calling upon the people they know to help them, so this is the topic of this posting. Tweet.

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Training for a Mentally Healthy Workplace


As a result, employers and HR leaders face an increasingly complex challenge: appropriate management of employees suffering mental health issues. implementing effective policies and training around workplace mental health. supportive and confidential communication.

Dealing with Workplace Sexual Harassment


75% of victims don’t discuss the problem with their employers. Many terms are associated with this problem, ranging from sex-based discrimination to sexual misconduct to sexual assault. If you don’t have a written sexual harassment policy, get it done now. #MeToo. Time’s Up.

The Role of Scenario-Based Learning in Online Training

CommLab India

Learning based on real-life scenarios, day-to-day work issues and specific cases in projects can be known as scenario-based learning. As soon as you think of compliance, I am sure you are reminded of those insipid rules and regulations, dry policies and code of conduct.

How to Avoid The 3 Mistakes L&D Leaders Make When Addressing Workplace Harassment

CLO Magazine

When it comes to issues that impact women in the workplace, organizations don’t mean to be bad. By now, nearly all organizations have instituted policies that define and discourage sexual harassment. Employees page through the policy and take an online test. This process gives the organization legal cover, but it does nothing to correct the problem. Without accountability, policies are paper tigers.

6 Smart Steps for Successful E-learning Implementation

CommLab India

The factors you should consider include the legal issues that need to be dealt with before adopting an e-learning culture, such as policy and contract issues, intellectual property, and the language and cultural needs of learners.

Exploring the onboarding process


We had a nice presentation about the organization and its values, products and services, HR information, confidentiality forms and many many more. Successful onboarding is not done in a day and is built around the employee rather than company policies.

Reinforce Learning Through Storytelling


Concepts spring to life when a presenter describes an employee they successfully coached or a complex problem solved. Confidentiality is ensured by changing names and details when necessary. These are good sources for specific regulation or policy related examples.

13 eLearning Scenario Tips that 60 Experts Agree On


It’s probably been said, but something I cannot emphasize enough is the importance of your eLearning scenarios dealing with some sort of real life, real world, in-context problem. Make it…more like a movie of outcome choices and less like a story problem from grade school!

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The Dos and Don’ts of Preventing Sexual Harassment in Your New York Workplace


If you ever find yourself worrying that your workplace may not be up to speed on sexual harassment policies, you are probably right to do so. For instance, individuals who have experienced sexual harassment are more likely to experience problems such as depression and anxiety.

Informal Learning Hits Brick Walls

Vignettes Learning

Hence, how do we make the informal learning work, live within these structures and move around, play around, approach problems and deal with issues pertaining to reporting responsibilities? What do we do with critical corporate assets like legal, marketing, security and confidentiality concerns? They follow rigid rules and policies. I nformal Learning Hits Brick Walls There is more than one way to implement informal learning.

Web 2.0 Applications in Learning

Tony Karrer

I discussed a bit of these issues in First Thoughts After ASTD Sessions. No problems getting things here. Honey Pots - Create pages that people are likely to update such as Common Support Issues, FAQ, etc. IP - Making sure it's clear about ownership of content is definitely an issue. Privacy / Confidentiality - Limit the visibility. So, yes, you have to set up policies and alert people just like you do around any form of electronic communication (email, IM).

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8 LMS Requirements For Corporate Training


The only problem is that not all corporate training systems are made alike — which makes choosing the right corporate training LMS a real challenge when a business attempts to make its first steps into online employee training.

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