Welcome to Traliant’s Compliance Blog. We bring together compliance experts and eLearning veterans who have seen it all — the good, the bad and, especially, the ugly. From working with HR professionals across many industries, we understand that you all face similar challenges.
This blog features articles on the latest court rulings and laws as they relate to workplace ethics and compliance. We also share our observations and learnings from the organizations and professionals with whom we are honored to work with. We are confident you will find value in our topics and articles and encourage you to join the conversation.
For many organizations, the Super Bowl represents an opportunity to cultivate business relationships at one of America’s premier spectator events. For HR and compliance professionals who have employees attending The Big Game, it’s also an opportunity to raise awareness of policies on business gifts, travel and entertainment, preventing sexual harassment, code of conduct and other relevant topics.
With job openings across healthcare at a record high, according to a new report by the American Hospital Association, efforts to recruit and retain skilled employees can be hindered if organizations aren’t proactive in preventing sexual harassment and promoting diversity and inclusion. Adopting a modern, interactive approach to discrimination and harassment training can help healthcare HR professionals promote a respectful, inclusive workplace and improve recruiting and employee engagement.
January is National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness of this global crime that affects millions of men, women and children every year. In addition to participating in special events and activities, including #WearBlueDay on January 11, organizations can help combat human trafficking by implementing anti-trafficking policies and procedures, and human trafficking awareness training.
One in five US employees now lives in a state that requires employers to offer sexual harassment training. For many organizations, these new state laws mean revamping policies, procedures and training to ensure compliance. It’s also an opportunity to implement a more holistic strategy for increasing awareness of harassment and empowering employees with the information and tools they need to effectively address and prevent workplace misconduct.
Here’s a recap of the six states that now require sexual harassment training for employees: Read On
As we wrap up 2019, we’d like to thank you for visiting our blog. We hope it’s become a source of timely information and practical tips to help you navigate the world of workplace compliance, ethics and training. As we look forward to sharing more news and insights in 2020, here’s a list of our most-visited blog posts this year: Read On