Whether you do business internationally or domestically, your anti-corruption training program should ensure your employees, partners and third parties understand their responsibilities to follow anti-corruption laws and avoid even the suspicion of bribery in their business practices and interactions.
In the US, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) is the principal federal law that makes it a crime to pay a bribe to a foreign public official for the purpose of obtaining or retaining business. Bribery of domestic public officials is illegal under Section 201 of Title 18 of the US Code, while bribery between entities in the private sector is prohibited at the individual state level. Read On
After spending 18 months studying sexual harassment in the workplace, last year the EEOC’s special task force released a report stating that most anti-harassment training doesn’t prevent harassment because the focus is on “simply avoiding legal liability.”
The EEOC’s message is clear: Anti-harassment training must change if it is to reduce the risk of workplace harassment and costly claims. But it cannot stand alone or be siloed as HR’s problem. Read On
In 2018, Code of Conduct training is set to be one of the most important ways organizations can communicate to employees that ethical behavior in the workplace is a priority, with serious consequences for violations.
US Chief Justice John Roberts’ recent order to review the federal court’s code of conduct and sexual harassment policies for investigating and correcting inappropriate behavior is a timely cue to evaluate your organization’s Code and ethics and compliance training. Read On
First to enable organizations to measure and improve employee engagement
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, January 11, 2018 –Traliant, a provider of interactive, online compliance training for the modern workforce, today announced the availability of a new LMS leaderboard designed to measure and increase employee engagement and completion rates, and improve the overall compliance training experience.
Leaderboards, point systems and other gamification elements help solve the problem of boring compliance training, while giving organizations more tools and data to boost employee motivation and participation, and change behavior and attitudes about ethical workplace conduct. Read On
By any measure, workplace sexual harassment and anti-harassment training were the most talked, written and blogged about compliance topics of 2017. However, there were also a number of other compliance themes and issues that garnered the interest and concern of the thousands of HR managers who visited Traliant’s blog.