Month: July 2019

Traliant Announces New Interview Compliance Training Course

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MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, July 31, 2019 – Traliant, an award-winning provider of sexual harassment training, today announced the availability of a new online training course for hiring managers and others involved in recruiting, interviewing and hiring job candidates. Interview Compliance & Fair Hiring provides guidelines and practical steps for complying with fair employment practices and federal and local anti-discrimination laws.

For more information, please visit Traliant at: https://www.traliant.com/interview-compliance-training/

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Traliant Announces New Active Shooter Training Course for the Workplace

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MANHATTAN BEACH, CA, July 25, 2019 – Traliant, an award winning provider of sexual harassment training, today announced the availability of a new active shooter training course for employees and managers. Active Shooter Response is an interactive, online course that provides strategies and practical steps for responding appropriately to an active shooter situation in the workplace.

For more information, please visit Traliant at: https://www.traliant.com/active-shooter-training/

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Restaurants Should Keep Preventing Sexual Harassment on the Menu

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The number of EEOC settlements and lawsuits involving restaurants so far in fiscal year 2019 spotlights the importance of restaurant businesses taking proactive steps to prevent sexual harassment, discrimination and retaliation. 

The pervasive problem of workplace harassment affects all types of restaurants, from quick service to fine dining. Here are some recent examples of EEOC cases:  Read On

Six Things To Know About Connecticut’s Sexual Harassment Training Requirements

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The impact of #MeToo continues to reverberate across industries and state legislatures. On June 18, Connecticut became the latest state to enact stronger workplace harassment laws and new sexual harassment training requirements. Known as the Time’s Up Act, the new legislation affects all Connecticut employers and applies to both employees and supervisors — a big change from the previous law.

Here are 6 things HR professionals and their organizations should know about Connecticut’s new sexual harassment training requirements: Read On