HR Compliance Library
Flexible, Interactive Training Courses That Won’t Make Your Learners Cringe
These ready-to-go modules go beyond the minimum legal requirements and help you create a positive work environment based on respect and dignity.
These comprehensive courses cover sexual harassment, retaliation, bystander intervention, discrimination, diversity and inclusion, workplace civility and more. Includes global training requirements and topics, as well as topics mandated under New York, California, and Connecticut anti-harassment legislation. Focuses on the employee and management roles.
Courses available for CA/CT and NY state regulations.
Available in Spanish.
This course spends the better part of half an hour explaining and developing workplace diversity. It delivers practical steps for individuals focusing on making their actions more inclusive, improving cultural competencies, and finally exploring any personal biases you may have and how to correct them.
This course has an emphasis on workplace sensitivity and cultural civility, both key ingredients in developing a respectful place of work.
It explains the behaviors that are expected of individuals to create a workplace that adheres to the firm’s code of conduct. Doing the right thing (acting with integrity), playing by the rules, protecting information, and working together are the four pillars of the program. The course covers a range of topics including anti-corruption, avoiding conflicts of interest, antitrust, confidential information, data privacy, information security, and maintaining a respectful workplace, to name a few.
Interviewing brings legal responsibilities. It’s up to you and your organization to make hiring and promotion decisions based on a fair and legally credible system. Interviewing is subject to both state and federal laws, which define legal and illegal practices in all aspects of hiring. It is important to check for any state hiring regulations that might apply. This course will present the information you need for these main federal regulations, as well as information to help guide your interviewing questions. Use this information as you plan each and every interview you’ll perform.
Best suited for employees in supervisory roles, this course delivers practical training on how to manage complaints of discrimination or harassment. The segment also looks at how to avoid conduct that may be seen as retaliatory and explains what retaliation means in a workplace context.
This course discusses a range of data privacy, information security, and asset protection concepts. Employees will leave the training program with a stronger understanding of their roles and responsibilities in protecting personal and confidential information, and keeping information systems secure.
With more and more patient health information being stored digitally, health care organizations are benefiting from faster, easier, and more accurate information sharing, which leads to improved health outcomes and healthier people. Along with these gains in information-sharing efficiency, however, comes the risk that this information can be misused. This growing concern over health data privacy and security makes compliance with The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, commonly known as HIPAA, more important than ever.
This course is not medical training but is designed to educate individuals who may accidentally be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. While bloodborne pathogens are a critical concern for those who are regularly exposed to blood at their jobs, people in other jobs can be exposed, too. Accidents happen, and people in seemingly blood-free jobs do find themselves unexpectedly administering first aid, cleaning up after an accident, or getting injured by a sharp object. For these situations, employees who don’t typically have occupational exposure to blood will benefit from this custom compliance training designed specifically for them.
Staying compliant with the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is about more than just memorizing laws. Employees need to understand not just what the laws are, but why they matter, and how to handle the grey-area situations they might encounter in real life that would lead to an FCPA violation. Our innovative approach to Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption Training covers FCPA Compliance in a format that keeps employees engaged and interested in the course. The course features frequent interactive segments with realistic workplace scenarios, an episode-based format, and keeps track of viewer “engagement points” while they take the course.
|# of Learners||1 Course||2 Courses||3+ Courses|
|1 – 50||$24.50||$27.50||$29.00|
|51 – 100||$19.50||$22.50||$24.00|
|101 – 500||$14.50||$17.50||$19.00|
|501 – 1,000||$13.50||$16.50||$18.00|
|1,001 – 2,500||$10.50||$13.50||$15.00|
|2,501 – 3,500||$9.50||$12.50||$14.00|
|3,501 – 5,000||$7.50||$10.50||$12.00|
|5,001 – 10,000||$6.00||$9.00||$10.50|
* Price per learner. All courses and versions are priced the same.