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 Illinois SB 1829: What You Need to Know
Illinois SB 1829: What You Need to Know
Category: Info
Author: Jim McKay
Posted: 06-10-2019 02:35 AM
Views: 137
Synopsis: Illinois is on the verge of joining New York and California by requiring sexual harassment training for both supervisory and non-supervisory personnel.  Illinois SB 1829 is nearly law.  Here's what you need to know if you employee workers in the state.
Delaware HB 360: What You Need to Know
Delaware HB 360: What You Need to Know
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-09-2019 05:02 PM
Views: 137
Synopsis: If you work in Delaware, you may or may not have heard of a new law that takes aim at sexual harassment in the state. Called House Bill 360 (“HB 360”), the legislation “seeks to offer broader protections for Delaware workers against sexual harassment than those found at the federal level.”
The Benefits and Promises of Behavioral Interviewing
The Benefits and Promises of Behavioral Interviewing
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 02-12-2019 05:22 AM
Views: 569
Synopsis: For years, behavioral interviewing has been considered one of the most effective ways to increase the odds of a successful hiring decision.  Learn how this employee interviewing technique works.
SCORM Explained
SCORM Explained
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 02-10-2019 04:54 AM
Views: 532
Synopsis: You may have seen the acronym SCORM on our website or elsewhere in association with e-learning.  Let's explain what it is, what it does, and why it's important.
A 2019 Overview of EEO Laws and Advice
A 2019 Overview of EEO Laws and Advice
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 01-22-2019 11:56 AM
Views: 1590
Synopsis: One of the most important aspects of a manager's job is compliance.  Without a basic understanding of all employment laws, managers are vulnerable to causing fines and legislation for their employer.  The following is a basic overview of EEO law and the EEOC as it stands in 2019.
California Senate Bill 1343 - Required Sexual Harassment Training for all Employees
California Senate Bill 1343 - Required Sexual Harassment Training for all Employees
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 12-30-2018 07:49 AM
Views: 362
Synopsis: Starting in January 2020, all California businesses with 5 or more employees are required to train all employees on sexual harassment once every 2 years.
Your Business Obligations Under HIPAA
Your Business Obligations Under HIPAA
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 11-09-2018 05:24 AM
Views: 284
Synopsis: The privacy of personal health information has become a sacred right enjoyed by every American and the law defined in the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) protects these rights. 
Sexual Harassment Laws in All 50 States
Sexual Harassment Laws in All 50 States
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 10-28-2018 06:17 AM
Views: 2668
Synopsis: This state by state comparison of sexual harassment laws lists how each state's sexual harassment law differs from Federal.
Complying With New York’s Updated Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws
Complying With New York’s Updated Anti-Sexual Harassment Laws
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 09-15-2018 06:41 PM
Views: 453
Synopsis: In 2018, New York State became the 4th state to require sexual harassment training.  Unlike other states, New York's requirement includes every single employee in the state regardless of company size.  Additionally, New York City also passed sexual harassment laws that include training.  Let's break down these new laws.
Washington State Sexual Harassment Law and Training Requirements
Washington State Sexual Harassment Law and Training Requirements
Category: Info
Author: TrainingABC
Posted: 06-15-2018 02:19 AM
Views: 426
Synopsis: Washington's sexual harassment laws have long been some of the nations most protective of employees, so it should be no surprise that Washington was the first state to ban pre-employment agreements that prohibit employees from discussing sexual harassment that occurred in their workplace and agreements that deny the right to file a complaint publicly.  We listed all of the differences between Washington and federal law in one place.

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