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7 Reasons Managers Should Put a Priority on Harassment Prevention
7 Reasons Managers Should Put a Priority on Harassment Prevention
Category: Harassment
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-04-2013 09:07 PM
Views: 10521
Synopsis: 7 excellent reasons that manager's should prioritize the prevention of harassment in the workplace.
Harassment Prevention Training for Managers - Taking a Harassment Complaint
Harassment Prevention Training for Managers - Taking a Harassment Complaint
Category: Harassment
Posted: 05-29-2013 09:07 PM
Views: 6335
Synopsis: Taking a harassment complaint from an employee is part of every manager's job. However, this sensitive task is not always done correctly resulting in organizational lawsuits and employee turnover.
Harassment Prevention Training for Managers - Reporting
Harassment Prevention Training for Managers - Reporting
Category: Harassment
Posted: 05-28-2013 09:07 PM
Views: 6078
Synopsis: Two of the most important aspects of harassment prevention are the avenues of reporting for employees and watching for unreported harassment.
A Manager’s Top Priorities for Fighting Harassment
A Manager’s Top Priorities for Fighting Harassment
Category: Harassment
Posted: 04-02-2013 09:08 PM
Views: 5956
Synopsis: One of the most crucial jobs every manager has is to prevent harassment in the workplace. The morale, efficiency and survival of your workplace depend on it.
Business Ethics Training - Confidentiality
Business Ethics Training - Confidentiality
Category: Ethics
Posted: 01-29-2013 10:08 PM
Views: 6690
Synopsis: One of the most important aspects of business ethics training is confidentiality. The handling of confidential customer, patient or employee information and insider trading are two of the most crucial subjects within confidentiality to train your employees on.
Workplace Ethics Training - Anti-Trust Law
Workplace Ethics Training - Anti-Trust Law
Category: Ethics
Posted: 01-26-2013 10:09 PM
Views: 2399
Synopsis: One of the most common legal and ethical violations in the workplace is the breaking of anti-trust law. Making sure that your employees are fully trained on this crucial workplace topic should be a priority in every workplace.
Workplace Ethics Training - Deception
Workplace Ethics Training - Deception
Category: Ethics
Posted: 01-25-2013 10:09 PM
Views: 2592
Synopsis: Deception is one of the most important workplace ethics training topics. Deception includes a number behaviors that are perpetrated to improve the position of an individual employee or for the organization as a whole. The following are the most common types of deception in the workplace.
Employee Ethics Training - Theft
Employee Ethics Training - Theft
Category: Ethics
Posted: 01-21-2013 10:09 PM
Views: 3166
Synopsis: Employee theft results in billions of dollars in lost revenue in the workplace every year. Theft prevention is a critical part of any workplace ethics training program.
Understanding The A.D.A. Amendments Act
Understanding The A.D.A. Amendments Act
Category: Employment Law
Posted: 09-03-2012 09:09 PM
Views: 1736
Synopsis:

In 2008, the American's with Disability Amendments Act or ADAA was signed into law expanding the ADA.  Over the years the courts had narrowed the view of what is considered a disability in the workplace.  The ADAA was signed into law to clarify the original intent of the law and broaden the definition of disability.  Now, many more people are covered.  This can cause confusion among managers in many organizations.  Making sure your managers are given ADA Training is the most important first step to insure you are in compliance.

Following the Law: The Family Medical Leave Act
Following the Law: The Family Medical Leave Act
Category: Employment Law
Posted: 09-02-2012 09:14 PM
Views: 1664
Synopsis:

The FMLA or Family Medical Leave Act was made law in 1993 and provides for unpaid leave for specific family and medical reasons.  The act was passed to give workers a chance to take leave from their employment for pressing family concerns without the fear of losing their job or benefits.   All organizations with 50 or more employees who work 20 or more weeks a year are required to adhere to the FMLA.   The FMLA is a critical part of employment law training.


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