Month: February 2020

Five Ways Human Trafficking Training Can Help Hotels Increase Awareness and Prevention

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While human trafficking is not unique to the hospitality industry, traffickers often take advantage of the privacy and anonymity of the hotel environment. Andrew Rawson, Traliant Chief Learning Officer, discusses how human trafficking awareness training can help prevent this global crime which affects millions of women, children and men.

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New Jersey Proposes Stronger Workplace Harassment Laws and Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training

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New Jersey workplace harassment and sexual harassment training

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy recently announced proposed legislation that would overhaul the state’s anti-discrimination and anti-harassment laws. Among the changes that would effect NJ employers is a requirement to provide interactive training on preventing unlawful discrimination and harassment, including sexual  harassment.

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Traliant Announces Export Controls Training To Help Ensure Compliance with U.S. Export Laws

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Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training, today announced a new export controls training course for employees who are engaged in activities that may be subject to US export control laws and regulations.

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Are You Providing Retaliation Training to Your Employees?

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Are You Providing Retaliation Training to Your Employees?

Recent EEOC data shows that in FY 2019 retaliation was once again the number one charge filed with the agency, comprising almost 54% of all complaints. One of the reasons for the high number is that many harassment complaints are coupled with a retaliation charge. And even if the original harassment charge isn’t proven valid, the retaliation charge may still hold.

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New Year, New Laws Prompt Changes in Sexual Harassment Training

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#MeToo and evolving anti-harassment legislation are driving demand for new approaches to sexual harassment training. Traliant’s Andrew Rawson discusses three questions to ask when reviewing your training program. 1. Does it comply with new state and local laws? 2. Is the training modern and relevant to a multigenerational workforce? 3. How does the training help create a respectful, inclusive workplace?

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