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What is Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training?

ProProfs

What is Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training? CT Sexual Harassment Training Laws & Requirements. Who Needs Connecticut Sexual Harassment Training? What Topics Do You Need to Cover in the Training? Training videos.

Sexual Harassment: What’s Next?

Interactive Services

Recent sexual assault scandals have rocked the U.S. and the world. High-profile media and entertainment celebrities have been forced to step down from their lofty perches in light of widespread sexual harassment allegations. The behavior of candidates for the highest offices in the land has been scrutinized, placing their candidacy at serious risk. It is widely known that organizational culture change begins at the top.

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Tips For Sexual Harassment Compliance Training In The #MeToo Era

Interactive Services

In the last year or so, the #MeToo movement has shed light on just how common sexual harassment is in the workplace. From celebrities to day-to-day workers, thousands of people – women, in particular – have shared stories about how they have been harassed in the workplace. The statistics are staggering. Surveys show that up to 81% of women have experienced harassmentsexual and otherwise – in the workplace.

Action and Prevention-Sexual Harassment Training in California

Interactive Services

million settlement from the State of California after an inmate at California State Prison in Folsom attacked her, despite Curry having previously reported the inmate for sexual harassment. Supervisors failed to handle the situation, asking her to patrol the unit without a partner when the attack occurred. The safety of your employees and the reputation and integrity of your business are at risk. Training cannot be cursory.

The What, Why & How of Sexual Harassment Training for Employees

ProProfs

“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.” A recent online survey found that 81 percent of women and 43 percent of men had encountered sexual harassment in one form or another during their lifetime. If we count in scores of unreported sexual harassment cases, the number would be much higher than what the poll suggested. Sexual harassment in the workplace is pervasive. The U.S.

A Learning Guide to Recognising Sexual Harassment in the Workplace

Interactive Services

It is very important for everyone to learn what constitutes sexual harassment in the workplace so that it can be recognized immediately. Everyone should have the right to work in an environment that is free of harassment, and in order for companies to achieve this goal, employees have to understand the basic rights of the workplace. The Facts About Sexual Harassment. Quid Pro Quo Harassment.

The meaning of ‘Conduct’ continues to evolve: Sexual harassment and other non-financial misconduct under the SMCR

Eukleia

As the definition of conduct under the FCA’s Conduct Risk initiative continues to evolve, it changes the scope of what is considered ‘fit to proper’ behaviour under the SMCR. The FCA is changing its view on non-financial misconduct, and in particular sexual harassment. Eukleia’s Principal Consultant Liz Hornby examines the issue and what it means for SMCR training. The SMCR has applied to the banking sector since 2016.

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.

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.

What is Workplace Violence Training?

ProProfs

What is Workplace Violence Training for Employees? What are the Types of Workplace Violence? How to Create an Effective Workplace Violence Prevention Training Program. Best Courses for Workplace Violence Prevention Training. Watch: What Is Employee Training?

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.

Course of the Week Highlight: Prepare for Q4 with an End-of-Year Compliance Refresher

OpenSesame

Need to get that last minute training in? With our wide variety of off-the-shelf options, our courses are a quick and easy way to make sure you meet your 2014 compliance goals and deadlines. From OSHA to sexual harassment to HIPAA, the courses in our library are ready to help! This week, we’re featuring three courses to jumpstart your end of the year compliance initiative. Course of the Week

In case of emergency: 5 compliance training topics you should start with

TalentLMS

Employee compliance training can feel a bit like an exercise in bureaucracy. Both companies and employees treat the subject like a necessary box to tick, but very few take the time to truly understand it. Consider the following your cheat sheet.

Starting up on e-learning for your startup

eFront

We should know, we founded Epignosis as one, and we continue to run it with the same entrepreneurial spirit that served us so well back in the day. The best thing about a startup is of course the chance to create something out of nothing. And also the feel of having control of what you produce and, ultimately, of your own destiny (however incomplete that control might be). It involves a big risk, considering that the majority of startups fail.