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HR Training Courses

Online Programs for Employees

We’re striving to transform compliance training with quick, easy-understood episodes delivered in a news-style format. Their courses engage learns in interactive videos with alternative endings. Each video pushes the learner to work through difficult, real-world scenarios and learn to act ethnically to prevent workplace harassment and discrimination. Our goal is to infiltrate workplaces from the viewer’s respective and leave behind positive and respectful workplaces in its wake.

See our list of training courses below.

Preventing Discrimination and Harassment

This industry-leading course targets both employees and managers. This program helps to explain what behaviors an individual should exhibit to free the workplace of discrimination, harassment, and bullying. Our new-style show format is intended to be a comfortable and familiar way for participants to absorb information. The episodes are brief and easy to understand. Learners are also able to better engage with the information because the videos are interactive, and gamification is utilized to enrich the overall experience.

Diversity, Inclusion & Sensitivity

This course focuses on explaining workplace diversity to the learner and offering everyday steps to help them choose more inclusive actions, address personal biases, and improve cultural competencies. It places an emphasis on role civility and workplace sensitivity and how both support a respectful culture in an organization.

Unconscious Bias

This course includes several of the well-known types of bias along with examples, strategies, and practices to help both employees and supervisors to reduce the influence that bias has on choices and actions in the workplace.

Microaggressions in the Workplace

This course defines microaggressions and names their negative effects. It arms employees with the ability to respond to them when they see them occur in the workplace.

Cultural Competency & Humility

This course raises awareness for various experiences and cultures associated with the workplace. Whether the culture or experience belongs to the coworker, customer, or others they engage with, employees and managers will be equipped to respond to whoever they encounter with empathy and grace.

Psychological Safety at Work

This course highlights the importance of having a psychologically safe work environment. It explains what a psychological safe behavior looks like, how to implement them, and how organizations benefit from them.

Creating a Positive Work Environment

This course describes the role a positive work environment places in inspiring employees and preparing supervisors to use positivity as a tool for success.

Creating Respectful Remote Workplace

This course describes how to incorporate respectful workplace expectations into remote work lifestyles. There are two versions of this course — one for the employee and one for the manager. Overall, it focuses on topics such as harassment, bullying, bystander intervention, and inclusion.

Preventing Bullying in the Workplace

This course instructs employees to recognize and prevent bullying behavior by explaining what bullying looks like, the distinction between bullying and harassment, and the actions employers, targets, and bystanders can take to halt the behavior. This empowers them to create a culture of respect, inclusion, and civility at work.

Managing Difficult Employees

This course coaches supervisors on how to correctly manage “difficult” employees. Proper management can prevent negative consequences that impact other employees other than the organization overall. The effects include lower job satisfaction, higher employee turnover, and reduced productivity.

Bystander Intervention

This course draws attention to the importance of being an active bystander. After this training, employees will understand the practical steps for protecting targets of abusive behavior and preventing future misconduct in the workplace.

Avoiding Retaliation

This course targets management employees. It supports the importance of reducing any and all forms of retaliation in the workplace and highlights that all complaints of discrimination and harassment should be responded to swiftly and effectually.

Religion, Spirituality, and Beliefs

This course delivers a broad overview of how topics like religion, spirituality, and beliefs should be treated in the workplace. It highlights the benefits of making the workplace more inclusive of religious and spiritual expression as well as the positive impacts of these areas.

Employment Law Essentials for Managers

This course prepares supervisors to better understand key workplace laws as they relate 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

This course discusses how discrimination occurs in recruiting, interviewing, and hiring. It offers a guide for interview compliance and touches on other hiring-related responsibilities to ensure participants behave fairly and legally.

Fair Labor Standards Act

The course includes the federal law — Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) — which established standards for minimum wage, overtime pay, recordkeeping, and child labor. It explains the key rules of the FLSA and provides an understanding of how they apply to the workplace.

Handling Reasonable Accommodations at the Workplace

This course allows supervisors to comprehend their role in the workplace, which in turn, helps their organizations to better comply with laws that require accommodations. Examples of these accommodations include disability, pregnancy, religious, and domestic violence discrimination laws.

Understanding Affirmative Action Plans

This course delivers a broad introduction to Affirmative Action Plans (AAPs). It discusses what AAPs are, how they operate, and what goals they aim to achieve. It also speaks to misunderstandings about AAPs and clarifies what both employees and supervisors can do to create a more inclusive workplace.

Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Training

This course discusses the best way to navigate responsibilities for accommodating workers with disabilities. It provides information about what the laws are as well as the best practices for creating a disability-friendly workplace.

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Training

This course helps to train employers on how to navigate responsibilities for accommodating employee requests for FMLA leave. Like ADA Training, it provides information about what the law is and how employers can best handle requests.

Preventing Workplace Violence

This course aims to help both employees and supervisors to understand, identify, and report troubling behaviors in the workplace before they escalate. The training explains what workplace violence is, lists red-flag behaviors, and outlines the connection between domestic violence and workplace violence. With this training, the hope is that more employees will have the tools to respond to situations effectively.

Drugs & Alcohol in the Workplace

This course informs learners what substance misuse is as well as the workplace safety issues associated with both legal and illegal substances. With knowledge of the warning signs, employees will understand the proper ways to respond to this behavior in the workplace upon completion of the course.

COVID-19: Returning to the Workplace

This course is intended for all employees before they return to the office in person. It aims to prepare employees for work in an office during these unprecedented times. It is consistently updated with new guidelines and information when it is released.

Active Shooter Response

This course discusses how to prepare for and respond to an active shooter situation. Furthermore, it highlights the indicators of potential violence, which can help reduce the possibility of an active shooter occurrence.

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course is intended to inform employees about “occupational exposure” to a bloodborne pathogen. The training includes basic safety information and sensible rules for handling an unexpected situation. Throughout, learners will ascertain ways to prevent exposure, procedures to follow after exposure, and other essential guidelines.

Environment, Health & Safety in the Workplace

This course introduces supervisors and employees to crucial topics in the environment, health, and safety category. It indicates their role in providing a safe, secure, and healthy work culture.

Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking

This course is intended to teach employees about the various types of human trafficking, the groups most vulnerable to human trafficking, the locations where human tracking occurs most, and the signs and indicators that someone may be a victim. Additionally, participants will learn how to report any suspicious behavior safely and anonymously.

Recognizing and Preventing Human Trafficking for Hotels

This course is designed specifically for hotel employees who are more likely than employees in any other industry to encounter victims of human trafficking. By the end of the course, employees will be able to recognize the warning signs of tracking, which include red flags associated with their specific job responsibilities.

Modern Slavery in Supply Chains

This course is intended to aid in employees’ understanding of labor exploitation in supply chains and how they can help mitigate these risks. It covers what modern slavery is and includes examples of modern slavery practices. Employees should walk away with practical information so they can identify red flags with supplies and report any concerns they may have about who they’re partnering with.

Supplier Code of Conduct

This course is intended for companies to provide to their supply chain vendors. It discusses both the standards and expectations of labor, ethics, health, safety, and the environment, so suppliers are able to meet their contractual obligations with their business partners.

Code of Conduct

This course encompasses a number of compliance topics. You can select whether you want the Essentials Version, which is a standard solution, or Enterprise Version, which is customized based on your Code of Conduct.

FAR Code of Conduct

This course includes a variety of compliance topics that are aimed at federal contractors or sub-contractors. It includes material that is required by the Federal Acquisition Regulation.

Healthcare Code of Conduct

This course focuses on compliance topics that are catered specifically to the healthcare industry. It discusses the behaviors that learners should be equipped with in order to make an ethical choice in difficult situations.

Data Privacy and Information Security

This course takes data privacy, information security, and asset protection ideas and makes them digestible for the learner. Participants will use the course to gain a deeper understanding of their roles and responsibilities as it pertains to protecting personal and confidential information as well as keeping information systems secure.

Responding to Union Activity

This course familiarizes supervisors with the lawful and everyday facets of union activities. Learners come to understand employee rights under the NLRA as well as the activities that are protected under the law. Participants will gain tips on how to answer questions from both employees and management about labor activity.

Building Positive Teams & Union Awareness

This course provides insights to supervisors about why employees turn to unions. It also includes common indicators that employees are considering unionized as well as the positive management practices that can maintain open communication.

HIPAA Training

This course delivers learners with a summary of the standards for the protection of individuals’ medical records and other personal health information covered by the Health Insurance Portability Act (HIPAA). It also addresses how they can apply these standards to their job responsibilities and workplace. There are two versions of this course available: HIPAA for Covered Entities and HIPAA for Business Associates.

Recognizing and Preventing Phishing Attacks

This course informs employees about the risk of phishing cyberattacks. It explains phishing, spear phishing, vishing, and smishing as well as how they rely on deception, how to recognize an attack, and what to do if you encounter one.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

This course explains the GDPR’s requirements and the responsibilities of all those who handle the personal information of residents across the European Economic Area.

California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA Training)

This course helps learners to understand their responsibilities of safeguarding consumers’ privacy rights and responding promptly to consumer requests. California companies should ensure that their employees are up to date on CCPA compliance as this is instrumental to building consumer trust and avoiding violations. Violations can result in fines, penalties, and damage to an organization’s reputation.

Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS)

This course informs employees about the PCI DSS and focuses on key standards for essential employees. It also reviews key credit card features and teaches employees what to recognize for credit card fraud.

Antitrust and Competition Law Training

This course guarantees that employees understand the major federal antitrust laws. Learners will leave this course recognizing how they affect business activities and how to avoid behaviors that will cause costly violations.

Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption

This course discusses the behaviors of an individual to create a workplace free of both bribery and corruption. Learners will leave this course understanding the definition of bribery, its applicable laws and regulations, and concepts such as “anything value” and “facilitation payments.”

Avoiding Insider Trading

This course discusses the concept of illegal insider trading. It prepares employees to recognize what it is and to know what to do if they are faced with it. It impressed upon them the serious consequences of violating insider trading laws.

Export Controls

This course focuses on the basic concepts and terms concerning exports. Learners will leave this course with an understanding of U.S. exports, the role of U.S. departments and agencies in export laws and regulations, sanctions, compliance, etc.

US Import Regulations

This course discusses basic concepts and terms concerning imports. Learners will leave this course with an understanding of U.S. imports, the role of U.S. departments and agencies in import laws and regulations sanctions, compliance, etc.

Title IX Training

This course stems from a federal law prohibiting discrimination based on sex or gender in educational institutions receiving federal funding. As a result, this training is intended for both faculty and staff at federally funded schools and universities. It targets sexual misconduct and sexual harassment, which are both forms of sex discrimination.

Clery Act

This course aims to create a safe campus community. It begins by explaining what the Clery Act is and how it relates to your role. By the end, you’ll learn how your behavior can change to help your school comply.

Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA)

This course explains the federal law that keeps student education records confidential. Learners will walk away from this course with a better understanding of the FERPA, how it relates to their role and responsibility, and how you can better help your school comply.

Drugs & Alcohol Awareness on Campus

This course is designed for students, and it instructs them about the risks of substance abuse. It includes what they can do to avoid the negative consequence of substance abuse, which include injury, arrests, sexual assault, or death.

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