Traliant is revolutionizing the compliance training experience with modern, bite-sized episodes served in a news-style format. Courses immerse learners in interactive videos that let them choose alternate endings, while learning to handle difficult, real-world situations. By influencing behavior and culture, employees learn to act ethically, speak up and prevent harassment and discrimination, and promote a positive, respectful workplace.
Below is a listing of our available training courses.
Traliant’s industry-leading Preventing Discrimination and Harassment course is available for both employees and managers, and explains the behaviors that are expected of individuals to create a workplace that is free of discrimination, harassment, and bullying. This course, presented in a familiar news show format, is divided into brief, schedule-friendly episodes – and features interactive videos and gamification to enrich the learning experience.
Diversity, Inclusion & Sensitivity explains workplace diversity and provides practical steps to help individuals choose inclusive actions, improve cultural competency and address personal biases. The course further emphasizes the role civility and workplace sensitivity play in promoting a respectful culture.
Unconscious Bias covers many of the most common types of bias, with examples, strategies and practices to help employees and managers reduce the influence of bias on workplace decisions and actions.
Microaggressions in the Workplace describes what microaggressions are and the negative effects they have on others, and instructs on how to respond to microaggressions when overhead at work.
Cultural Competency & Humility provides employees and managers with greater awareness and empathy for the experiences and cultures of coworkers, customers and others they engage with, inside and outside of the workplace.
Psychological Safety at Work addresses the importance of fostering a psychologically safe work environment and describes what psychological safe behaviors look like, how to implement them and how they benefit individuals, teams and organizations.
Creating a Positive Work Environment explains the role a positive work environment plays in motivating employees and prepares managers to use positivity as a tool for enabling individuals to thrive and organizations to succeed.
Creating a Respectful Remote Workplace explains how the expectations for a respectful workplace apply in remote work situations. This course is available in versions for employees and managers and covers topics such as harassment, bullying, bystander intervention, and inclusion.
Managing Difficult Employees trains managers on how to properly handle these “difficult” employees to help prevent negative consequences that can affect other employees and the overall organization, including lower job satisfaction, higher employee turnover and reduced productivity.
Bystander Intervention raises awareness of the importance of being an active bystander and provides employees with practical steps for protecting targets of abusive behavior and preventing future misconduct.
Avoiding Retaliation reinforces the importance of keeping all forms of retaliation out of the workplace and responding promptly and effectively to complaints of discrimination and harassment. This training is intended for employees in supervisory roles.
Religion, Spirituality and Beliefs provides an overview of religion, spirituality and beliefs in the workplace, an explanation of its associated positive effects, and some practical tips for making the workplace more inclusive of religious and spiritual expression.
Employment Law Essentials for Managers equips managers with a clear understanding of key workplace laws related to their roles. Topics include: Interviewing and Hiring, Wage and Hour Laws, Preventing Retaliation, FMLA Basics, Handling Harassment Complaints and Reasonable Accommodations.
Interview Compliance & Fair Hiring explains how discrimination can occur in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring, as well as provides guidelines for handling your hiring-related responsibilities in a fair and legal manner.
Fair Labor Standards Act training covers the federal law which establishes standards for such aspects of employment as minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping and child labor. This course will explain key rules of the FLSA, and give you an understanding of how they apply to your job responsibilities and workplace.
California Wage & Hour Law training helps managers apply the state’s unique employment rules to overtime, wage and hour and fair pay. Managers learn how to avoid common pitfalls and correctly handle important issues such as exempt and non-exempt, overtime, split shift and travel time pay, sick and vacation leave, and meal breaks.
Handling Accommodations in the Workplace gives managers an understanding of their role in helping their organization comply with laws that may require accommodations including disability, pregnancy, religious and domestic violence discrimination laws.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) training explains how to navigate obligations for accommodating workers with disabilities. The course covers both what the laws are and best practices for creating a disability-friendly workplace.
Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) training describes how to navigate obligations for accommodating employee requests for FMLA leave. The course covers the underlying reasons for the law and how employers can appropriately handle requests.
Preventing Workplace Violence is designed to help employees and managers recognize and report troubling behaviors before they escalate and respond effectively to situations. This course explains what workplace violence is, reviews red-flag behaviors, and outlines the connection between domestic and work violence.
Drugs & Alcohol in the Workplace provides a basic understanding of what substance misuse is and the workplace safety issues associated with both legal and illegal substances. Employees learn the warning signs of a substance misuse problem and constructive ways to respond.
COVID-19: Returning to the Workplace is intended for employees to complete before they return to work. This training course can help prepare employees to successfully return to work during these uncertain times. The course is regularly updated when new guidelines and information is released.
Active Shooter Response explains how to prepare for, and respond appropriately to, an active shooter situation. The course will also teach you how to recognize indicators of potential violence so you may help reduce the likelihood of an active shooter incident.
Bloodborne Pathogens is designed to provide employees who do not have “occupational exposure” to bloodborne pathogens with some basic safety information and common-sense rules for handling an unexpected situation. The course covers ways to prevent exposure, procedures to follow after an exposure, and important guidelines.
Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking is designed to train employees on the different types of human trafficking, who is most vulnerable, places where human trafficking occurs, signs and indicators that someone might be a victim and how to safely and anonymously report any suspicions.
Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking for Hotels is designed for hotel employees who are likely to come into contact with victims of human trafficking. Employees learn how to recognize the warning signs of trafficking, including red flags associated with their specific job responsibilities.
Modern Slavery in Supply Chains is designed to help employees in procurement and other areas understand and manage the risks of labor exploitation in supply chains. The course explains what modern slavery is, provides examples of modern slavery practices and equips employees with practical information and steps to identify red flags with suppliers and report their concerns.
Supplier Code of Conduct is designed for companies to provide to their supply chain vendors. It explains the standards and expectations with regard to labor, ethics, health and safety and the environment so that suppliers can meet their contractual obligations with their business partners.
Code of Conduct includes a broad array of compliance topics, available as either an out-of-the-box solution (Essentials Version) or customized based on your Code of Conduct needs (Enterprise Version). View the full list of topics on our Code of Conduct web page.
FAR Code of Conduct encompasses a broad array of compliance topics, tailored for federal contractors and sub‑contractors, including material required by the Federal Acquisition Regulation.
Healthcare Code of Conduct includes a broad array of compliance topics, tailored for the healthcare industry, and explains the behaviors needed to make the right ethical choice in a number of challenging situations.
HIPAA Training provides employees with an overview of the standards for the protection of individuals’ medical records and other personal health information, covered by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, commonly known as HIPAA – and an understanding of how they apply to their job responsibilities and workplace. This courseis available in 2 versions: HIPAA for Covered Entities and HIPAA for Business Associates.
Data Privacy & Information Security encompasses a range of data privacy, information security and asset protection concepts. Individuals will leave the course with a stronger understanding of their roles and responsibilities in protecting personal and confidential information, and keeping information systems secure.
Recognizing and Preventing Phishing Attacks introduces employees to the risks posed by phishing cyberattacks. It explains what phishing, spear phishing, vishing and smishing are, how they rely on deception, how to recognize an attack and what to do if you encounter one.
General Data Protection Regulation provides an overview of the GDPR’s requirements and the responsibilities of organizations and individuals who handle the personal information of residents across the European Economic Area.
California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) training helps employees understand their responsibilities to safeguard consumers’ privacy rights and respond promptly to consumer requests. For companies doing business in California, ensuring employees are up to date on CCPA compliance is key to building customer trust and avoiding violations that can result in significant fines, penalties and damage to a company’s reputation.
Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards training introduces employees to the PCI DSS, focuses on key standards for front line employees, reviews key credit card features and shows employees what to look for to detect and prevent credit card fraud.
Antitrust and Competition Law Training ensures that employees have a basic understanding of the major federal antitrust laws, how they affect business activities, and how to avoid behaviors that can result in costly violations.
Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption explains the behaviors that are expected of individuals to create a workplace that is free of bribery and corruption. It defines bribery, explains the applicable laws and regulations, and covers concepts such as “anything of value,” dealing with “public officials” and “facilitation payments.”
Avoiding Insider Trading training explains the concept of illegal insider trading and what employees need to know and do to avoid the serious consequences of violating insider trading laws.
Export Controls training explains basic concepts and terms around U.S. exports, the role of U.S. departments and agencies involved in export laws and regulations, red-flag issues, sanctions, compliance, and other useful information.
Title IX training stems from a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex or gender in educational institutions that receive federal funding. Sexual misconduct and sexual harassment are both forms of sex discrimination. The training is intended for faculty and staff at federally funded schools and universities.
Clery Act training in an important measure in creating a safe and secure campus community. This training will explain what the Clery Act is, how it relates to your job responsibilities, and what conduct is expected of you to help your school comply.
FERPA training covers the federal law that keeps student education records confidential. This training will explain what the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act is, how it relates to your job responsibilities, and what conduct is expected of you to help your school comply.
Drug and Alcohol Awareness on Campus teaches students about the risks of substance abuse, and what they can do to avoid the negative consequences that can lead to sexual assault, injury, arrests and deaths.
Understanding Affirmative Action Plans provides an awareness-level introduction to Affirmative Action Plans. It explains what AAPs are, how they operate and the goals they aim to achieve. It addresses misconceptions around AAPs and explains what managers and employees can do to support a positive, inclusive workplace.