It’s no surprise that in the wake of #MeToo, the most viewed Traliant blog posts in 2018, with one exception, were those about preventing workplace sexual harassment. As we look to 2019, the national conversation on workplace harassment doesn’t show signs of stopping. Combating harassment is an enforcement priority of the EEOC, and on the state and local level, we can expect more states to follow California and New York’s lead in passing stronger anti-harassment laws that require employers to train all employees on sexual harassment prevention.Read On
A year after the #MeToo movement sparked a national conversation on sexual harassment in the workplace, sexual harassment training for employees has become a priority for HR professionals and their organizations. An effective sexual harassment training program can reduce the risk of harassment claims, motivate employees to recognize, report and prevent misconduct, and help create a respectful, inclusive workplace culture.
If you’re thinking about new ways to make your sexual harassment training for employees more effective in 2019, here are six essentials to consider: Read On
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, December 19, 2019 – Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training, today announced the availability of a new training course, Preventing Discrimination and Harassment in Healthcare. The course covers sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation, bystander intervention, diversity and inclusion and other workplace topics in a modern design, featuring interactive content and video scenarios tailored for the healthcare industry.
MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, December 12, 2018 – Traliant, an innovator in online compliance training for the modern workforce, today announced the appointment of Kristin Hassan as the company’s new Vice President of Business Development. Hassan, the former Executive Director of New York City SHRM, will be responsible for creating new business partnerships and expanding the company’s reach into new sectors and markets. In her former role, Hassan saw Traliant taking the sexual harassment training market by storm and was inspired to join the team.
“Kristin is a fantastic addition to our team and brings a deep understanding of the needs of HR professionals and the organizations they support,” said Mike Pallatta, CEO and Co-Founder of Traliant. “Her expertise in working across industries will help us strengthen our relationships with existing customers and cultivate new partnerships to drive our business growth.”
December is the season for workplace holiday parties, a long-standing tradition that gives organizations an opportunity to bring employees together to celebrate and socialize. However, without some thoughtful planning and guidelines, holiday get-togethers can become HR headaches, resulting in negative consequences that extend far beyond the holiday season.
Here are 8 Dos and Don’ts to help ensure your office holiday party is inclusive and harassment-free: Read On