The Ethics and Corporate Responsibility collection provides a highly unique approach to Code of Conduct training and focuses on general industry risk areas such as Conflicts of Interest, Accurate Books and Records, Harassment and Discrimination, Intellectual Property, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) and much more.
HR Compliance & Risk Management
HR Compliance and Risk Management courses use a multi-tiered concept focused on the respective concerns of managers/supervisors, employees and HR professionals. All our courses are designed in accordance with federal regulations and guidelines, as well as HR best practices, and are continually updated to reflect regulatory changes.
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Companies have a legal obligation to create and retain records that accurately reflect their business transactions. Fraudulent reporting of books, records, or other written communication violates company policy and possibly the law.
Listening is one of the most important skills for success in life, but it is taken for granted by most people. This course describes how to improve active listening skills and gain an understanding of the significance of listening.
Today, federal laws make it illegal to discriminate against a job applicant or an employee because of the person’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or genetic information. This course addresses the essential features of affirmative action requirements for federal contractors.
The course identifies who is classified as a disabled employee and how these employees are protected under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). This course also discusses the concepts of reasonable accommodation and undue hardship as well as coverage for substance abuse.
The increasing diversity of today’s workforce means that employees and supervisors are part of a dynamic and ever-changing environment. This course explains how culture influences values, assumptions, thought processes, and work relationships.
This course provides basic training on complying with laws prohibiting bribery, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Because of the special circumstances facing employees in the healthcare field, this course is focused on issues faced in interactions with healthcare professionals as well as government officials.
This course provides an overview of the FLSA and EPA with a concentration on employer concerns. It also covers important distinctions between exempt and non-exempt employees and between employees and independent contractors.
Supervisors and managers must take all complaints and incidents of sexual harassment seriously and should respond quickly and appropriately. This course describes the different types of sexual harassment that can occur in the workplace and how to prevent, monitor, and report these events if they occur.
This course is designed to provide all employees and associates with an in-depth overview of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) privacy, security, and data standardization requirements from a health plan perspective.
The purpose of this training is to help you become a better decision maker when faced with ethics situations. You will recognize how to identify and resolve ethics issues and concerns, and you will identify how to get help when you are unsure as to the best course of action.
As workforce numbers shrink, and individuals are called to interact more intensely with fewer people, the ability to manage conflict effectively becomes more important. This course identifies appropriate responses to conflict.
Information security is critical for any business. This course identifies the types of assets that are at risk, outlines methods to protect them, and examines how every employee can develop a security mindset.
This course discusses how to identify and protect the Intellectual Property (IP) assets of a company. It also covers the four primary types of intellectual property with which a company deals. This course explores the business, ethical, and legal consequences of violating IP laws and protections, and an individual’s responsibility for safeguarding the IP of a company and that of others.
This course is designed to educate you about the definition of sexual harassment as well as to present information on identifying harassing behavior, avoiding harassment, and what steps to take should harassment issues arise involving the workplace.
This course is designed to educate you about New York and federal laws regarding sexual harassment as well as to present information on identifying harassing behavior, avoiding harassment, and what steps to take should harassment issues arise involving the workplace.
This course describes the general requirements of the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) of 2018 in comparison to the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) in place in the EU.
US trade control regulations are designed to control access to US products and information that could be misused in ways that are contrary to US interests. This course covers the scope and contents of those regulations.