Behind every successful organization is a commitment to equity and diversity. When people feel valued and supported, a workplace thrives. This course uses adaptive technology to tailor learning and reduce seat time.
This course is designed to raise awareness of workplace violence and bullying, and how this conduct should be managed and prevented in the workplace. It uses adaptive learning technology to identify knowledge gaps and deliver only the content learners need to know.
Did you know that even a social media post made on a private account outside of working hours can have a legal connection to your workplace in certain circumstances? Time to get workplace communication and social media savvy with this course.
Learn how and when your online conduct and social media use can be connected to your employment with this adaptive, video-based course.
Sexual harassment covers a wide range of inappropriate behavior and actions. Dive deeper in the meaning of sexual harassment and how to prevent it from happening at work.
Managers play a pivotal role in preventing harassing behavior, handling sexual harassment complaints effectively, and helping your organization limit its liability for harassment. This course will help managers understand their role in managing sexual harassment.
The terms harassment and bullying are used interchangeably. Sometimes harassment can be bullying, and vice versa, but they aren’t quite the same. Learn more about harassment and bullying at work and how to prevent it.
Sexual harassment is totally unacceptable in the modern workplace. This adaptive learning course is designed to raise awareness of sexual harassment and what to do if happens in the workplace.
Would you know harassment and bullying if you saw it? This course will help managers stop harassment and bullying, respond to complaints, and take action to ensure their workplace stays free of harassment and bullying.
Social media in the workplace is here to stay. But do the benefits outweigh the risks?
In this course, employees will learn about the benefits and risks involved when using social media, as well as a few tips on how to be more social media aware at work.
We all use digital communication methods at work, but are we really using them appropriately? This course will help answer that question. It will define digital communication and give you tips on how to use it safely and respectfully.
This course uses a hypothetical workplace scenario to explore what happens when managers make workplace decisions based on employees’ personal characteristics instead of merit. See how this isn’t just bad business practice, it’s also against the law.
Based on a random sampling of more than 1,800 Canadians, 55% were bullied or had co-workers who were bullied on the job. Harassment and bullying are inappropriate in any environment and should never be tolerated, especially in the workplace.
Bullying is a workplace hazard, not just a behavioural issue. This course uses a hypothetical scenario to explore the consequences of a manager’s decisions around allegations of bullying. See how taking direct action is essential.
Educating your workforce on the kinds of behaviour that are – and are not – acceptable in the workplace is the first step toward stopping inappropriate conduct. This course covers the legalities and best practices of sexual harassment prevention.
Managers and supervisors are responsible for creating inclusive, safe workplaces. This course uses a hypothetical scenario to explore the consequences of a manager’s decisions in response to an allegation of sexual harassment.
When your organization values inclusion, it values its people. And when people feel valued, they’re more engaged, more productive and less distracted. But being fair and equitable is more than just good business practice, it’s the law.
When we provide equal opportunities for all workers to achieve their potential, we create a fairer workplace free from discrimination. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational policies for acceptable workplace conduct.
Establishing a workplace culture that is free from bullying requires ongoing education and awareness. This course is designed to reinforce your code of conduct and organizational policies for acceptable workplace conduct.
This course meets requirements for sexual harassment prevention training in Maryland. Learn legal definitions, types of behaviors, ways to prevent sexual harassment, and how to respond if it occurs.
This sexual harassment prevention training is for District of Columbia employees at all levels of an organization. Learn legal definitions, types of behaviors, ways to prevent sexual harassment, and how to respond if it occurs.
Inclusion inspires. But discrimination, whether intended or not, is highly damaging to a workplace and the individuals in it. This course looks at how treating people fairly is more than just good business practice, it’s the law.
The best businesses know that inclusion inspires. They know that treating people fairly and equally is more than good practice, it’s the law. This course uses adaptive technology to tailor learning and reduce seat time.
More and more people are using social media for work-related purposes, which makes social media awareness essential. This course explains some legal issues that can arise when using social media and how to avoid the risk of a social media mistake.