Month: March 2017

Traliant Joins Compliance & Ethics Leaders at 2017 Global Ethics Summit in NYC, March 15-16

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NEW YORK, NY, March 10, 2017 – Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training, will be participating in the 9th Annual Global Ethics Summit, hosted by the Ethisphere Institute, March 15-16, in New York City. Traliant is a partner organization of this year’s Summit.

Mike Pallatta, Traliant’s Chief Executive Officer, and Andrew Rawson, Traliant’s Chief Marketing Officer, join CEOs, board members, compliance and ethics leaders and senior executives from over 200 companies and organizations at the two-day event.   Read On

Traliant Announces Instructor-Led Compliance Training

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Bringing the benefits of interactive video to the classroom experience

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, March 9, 2017  – Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training, today announced the release of a new instructor-led training (ILT) program to complement its Preventing Discrimination & Harassment suite of online courses. Read On

It’s Time To Review Non-Disclosure Agreements

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Especially if you’re hiring a competitor’s employee

Non-Disclosure Agreement NDA

These days, it is rare for employees to stay with a single employer throughout the course of their careers.  In some highly competitive sectors –  such as technology and healthcare –  employers are  aggressively recruiting their competitors’ top performers.  In this climate, the Non-Disclosure Agreement (NDA) is more important than ever. Read On

Meet With Traliant at the PIHRA South Bay Meeting, March 9

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MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, March 3, 2017 – PRLog:  Andrew Rawson, Chief Marketing Officer of Traliant, an innovator in interactive online compliance training, will be attending the Professionals In Human Resources Association (PIHRA) South Bay meeting, on March 9, at the Ayres Hotel, in Hawthorne, CA. Traliant is event sponsor. Read On

Dos & Don’ts for Preventing Pregnancy Discrimination

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Pregnancy Discrimination

With women comprising nearly 50% of the US labor force, it is common to see women working throughout their pregnancy and returning to the job much earlier than in previous decades. Unfortunately, pregnant employees continue to face discrimination, despite a nearly 40-year-old federal law, the Pregnancy Discrimination Act of 1978 (PDA), which amends Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Read On