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Compliance learning

Promote a culture of respect, integrity, and compliance

Use interactive online courses to train your employees on appropriate conduct, empowering them to make the right decisions

Discrimination, harassment, and diversity training solutions for your workforce

The first step in creating a safe and inclusive workplace is making all employees aware of the issues, what is — and what is not —acceptable. Knowing how to recognize and address issues surrounding sexual harassment, discrimination, and inclusion is more important than ever.

Our highly interactive approach to compliance training provides employees with an engaging educational experience, encouraging knowledge retention and ensuring learning objectives are met.

The following two focus areas have been developed to help organizations comply with new regulations for training, as well as ensure their employees are aware of appropriate behavior and conduct.

Preventing Discrimination and Harassment

Not only can harassment and discrimination in the workplace affect employee productivity, create a hostile work environment, and increase workplace bullying, it can divert resources from the organization's real business. Our suite of courses aims to assist your organization with training on a global and regional level, with state-specific courses for California, Canada, Maine, New York, and more. 

Workplace Diversity and Inclusion

To be successful in today’s corporate environment, employers and employees must develop an awareness of diversity within their business through appropriate diversity training in the workplace. Our training modules are available for US and global organizations.

Find your course

Browse online training courses for workplace integrity and compliance, including training adapted specifically for select state regulations and with an employee/manager focus.

  • Diversity and Inclusion (Global) — New

    This Diversity and Inclusion course explains the relatively recent development of comprehensive diversity and inclusion programs and the competitive advantages of an inclusive workplace. The course explains the importance of identifying and addressing our minds’ unconscious biases against people who are different from us. Finally, the course provides a summary of the best ways to foster a diverse and inclusive environment.

    Learning objectives:

    • Explain why committing to diversity and inclusion is the right thing to do 
    • Make a business case for diversity and inclusion, including increased profitability and investment 
    • Explain why diverse companies are more successful at recruiting and retaining qualified personnel 
    • Identify anti-discrimination law concepts 
    • Describe several types of unconscious bias 
    • Explain how to identify and address unconscious bias

    Workplace Diversity and Inclusion (US)

    This diversity-awareness training course covers legal workplace protections that all employees need to be aware of. The 35-minute course also (1) emphasizes the importance of treating everyone with respect and dignity, and (2) demonstrates how embracing diversity can be a sound business strategy.

    Learning objectives:

    • Understand and appreciate the importance of a diverse workforce
    • Recognize the need to give other employees the respect and dignity they deserve
    • Know the characteristics protected by discrimination laws    
  • Global

    Duration: 45 minutes

    This course introduces learners to general principles, policies and best practices regarding anti-discrimination and anti-harassment, as well as the role of individuals in contributing to a positive work environment where all are treated with respect.

    Learning objectives:

    • Identify types of discrimination that can occur in the workplace
    • Identify principal protected categories to which anti-discrimination laws and policies apply
    • Identify types of workplace harassment
    • Describe employee rights and duties with respect to anti-discrimination and anti-harassment policies
    • Describe best practices in maintaining a respectful workplace free of discrimination and harassment
  • Canada

    Duration: 30 minutes

    This course examines the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment relevant to Canadian regulations. It explains what employees should do to avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

    Learning objectives:

    • Explain how federal, provincial and territorial anti-discrimination laws work
    • Avoid and prevent discrimination and harassment
    • Understand and recognize retaliation
  • United States

    Duration: 45 minutes

    This course examines the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment in the United States. Language translations available in English, French, German, Romanian, and Spanish (Latin American).

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal laws
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employees
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint
    • Know how to avoid retaliation
  • California

    Duration: 30 minutes

    This course explains how employees in California can avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal and California laws 
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on employees
    • Be able to recognize and report discrimination, harassment and abusive conduct
    • Know how to recognize and report retaliation

    Maine

    Duration: 45 minutes

    This course explains how employees in Maine can avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

    Learning objectives:

    • Know why they need to be concerned about discrimination and harassment
    • Know the key laws and policies employees need to understand and comply with 
    • Know what to do if an employee believes harassment or discrimination has occured

    New York State

    Duration: 45 minutes

    This course covers sexual harassment training requirements for both New York State and New York City, as well as examines the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal, New York, and New York City laws
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on employees
    • Know how to identify and report discrimination, harassment and retaliation    
  • Canada

    Duration: 60 minutes

    This course explains how Canadian supervisors and managers can avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It is recommended as a training tool to reduce the risk of legal liability that employers face for violations of federal, provincial, or territorial workplace discrimination and harassment laws.

    Learning objectives:

    • Explain how federal, provincial, and territorial anti-discrimination laws work 
    • Avoid and prevent discrimination and harassment
    • Understand and recognize retaliation
    • Respond to and properly document incidents of discrimination, harassment, or retaliation    
  • United States

    Duration: 60 minutes

    This course examines the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment. It explains what supervisors and managers should do to avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace in the US. It is recommended as a training tool to reduce the risk of legal liability that employers face for violations of federal, state, and local workplace discrimination and harassment laws.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal laws
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employees
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint
    • Know how to avoid retaliation
  • California

    Duration: 120 minutes

    This course supports the training requirements required for all California supervisors who work for organizations with 50 or more employees to undertake. It explains how supervisors and managers in California can avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace relevant to local laws and regulations

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal and California laws 
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employee
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint 
    • Know how to avoid retaliation 
    • Know how to conduct or assist with an investigation

    Connecticut

    Duration: 120 minutes

    This course trains supervisors and managers in Connecticut on how to avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in their team’s workplace. As a training requirement for organizations with 50 or more employees, this training course works to raise managers’ awareness of the risk of personal and legal liability that organizations face for violations of federal, state, and local workplace discrimination and harassment laws.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal and Connecticut laws 
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employees
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint 
    • Know how to avoid retaliation 
    • Know how to conduct or assist with an investigation    

    Maine

    Duration: 60 minutes

    This course trains supervisors and managers in Maine on how to avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace. This online training tool is a 60-minute course to reinforce your organization’s anti-discrimination and harassment policy while also ensuring managers know their responsibilities to their employees and the legal ramifications of inappropriate conduct.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal and Maine laws 
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employees 
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint 
    • Know how to avoid retaliation    

    New York State

    Duration: 60 minutes 

    This course covers the New York State and New York City sexual harassment training requirements, and examines the types of workplace conduct that are considered unlawful discrimination and harassment. It also explains how supervisors and managers in New York can avoid or minimize incidents of discrimination and harassment in the workplace.

    Learning objectives:

    • Be familiar with the relevant federal and New York laws
    • Understand their organization’s anti-discrimination policy — what conduct it prohibits and what duties it imposes on supervisory employees
    • Be able to respond appropriately if they observe misconduct or if an employee comes to them with a complaint
    • Know how to avoid retaliation
  • Preventing Sexual Misconduct Title IX (US)

    Duration: 35 minutes

    Federal guidelines require Title IX training for all employees of colleges and universities. Our course provides training on preventing sexual misconduct, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

    Learning objectives:

    • Identify what constitutes sexual misconduct, including sexual discrimination, harassment and violence 
    • Explain the key laws and policies prohibiting sexual misconduct and violence 
    • Understand the appropriate actions for complying with and carrying out their responsibilities under these laws and policies

    Title IX for Graduate Students (US)

    Duration: 35 minutes

    This course provides training for graduate students of colleges and universities on preventing sexual misconduct, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

    Learning objectives:

    • Identify what constitutes sexual misconduct, including sexual discrimination, harassment, and violence 
    • Explain the key laws and policies prohibiting sexual misconduct and violence 
    • Understand the appropriate actions for complying with and carrying out their responsibilities under these laws and policies

    Title IX for Students (US)

    Duration: 20 minutes

    This course provides training for graduate students of colleges and universities on preventing sexual misconduct, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972.

    Learning objectives:

    • Identify what constitutes sexual misconduct, including sexual discrimination, harassment, and violence 
    • Explain the key laws and policies prohibiting sexual misconduct and violence 
    • Understand the appropriate actions for complying with and carrying out their responsibilities under these laws and policies

Our online compliance training provides practical, interactive, and cost-effective compliance training courses to assist in changing behavior and support a culture of integrity in the workplace.

Our courses are fully customizable and tailored to support your business at a country, regional, and global level.

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