Month: January 2020

New Year, New Sexual Harassment Training Laws

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2020 laws blogIn the wake of the #MeToo movement, recognizing and preventing sexual harassment in your organization has never been more critical. If you’re in one of the states that has enacted new rules on sexual harassment training for management and rank and file staff, your mandate is clear. But if your organization is not required by law to train employees it would be wise to get ahead of the curve – legislation may be pending where you do business. And even if it isn’t, public sentiment weighs in favor of the proactive.

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Going To the Super Bowl? Six Tips to Avoid Compliance Fouls

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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. 

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Traliant Announces Sexual Harassment Training For Illinois Employees and Managers

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Human Trafficking Awareness Training: How Companies Can Make A Difference

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However, organizations across industries have a “shared responsibility” to combat human trafficking through training and awareness efforts, says Andrew Rawson, chief learning officer at Traliant. “If we don’t train people on these issues, then I don’t know how, as a public, we can help identify and rescue [victims].”

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