A Proactive Way to Maintain HR Compliance
Small to medium business owners are adept at training their managers and employees regarding the details and processes involved with their profession, trade or industry. However, many SMB owners report feeling challenged to keep up with training that ensures that supervisors and workers are acting in accordance with both the law and the best interests of the company. The HRCompli E-Learn Interactive Learning Management System (LMS) offers courses that provide a wide breadth of training topics for your company and an easy and efficient way to distribute them.
Statistics Indicating the Importance of Training
- In its fiscal year 2018 data, the EEOC reported more than a 50 percent increase in suits challenging sexual harassment over fiscal year 2017. 1
- The EEOC recovered nearly $70 million for the victims of sexual harassment through administrative enforcement and litigation in FY 2018. 2
- A 2018 Gallup Poll revealed that 53% of workers are in the “not engaged” category, and are not cognitively and emotionally connected to their work and workplace. 3
- According to a Go2HR survey 40 per cent of employees who receive poor job training leave their positions within the first year. 4
Challenges of Staying Compliant with State Required Training Courses
Training courses have long been available and recommended for professional development and skill building. However, they are now increasingly required by law, with severe penalties for noncompliance.
Many states now require mandatory sexual harassment training for supervisors and employees that must meet specific requirements (such as California training requirements of State Laws AB 1825 and AB 2053). Other states (Connecticut, Maine, New York) are adopting mandatory workplace harassment prevention training for private-sector businesses. It is recognized in most industries that training managers and employees is the foremost best practice for keeping employees engaged and motivated, and minimizing the risk of law suits and damage to a business’s reputation.
Access to Over 160 Online Courses for Supervisors and Employees
Properly trained supervisors and employees reduce the risk of compliance hazards and high-dollar law suits. An added benefit is that training increases employee engagement, morale and satisfaction.
HRCompli E-Learn offers training through professionally-produced videos with interactive quizzes that are distributed electronically for an efficient, educational experience. We offer over 160 courses, including Sexual Harassment Prevention courses that are specific to CA, CT, ME and NY requirements.
Examples of HRCompli E-Learn courses offered for supervisors:
- Family and Medical Leave Act: An Overview and Basic Guidelines
- California Harassment Prevention Supervisors Training (AB 1825 & AB 2053)
(Specific Harassment Prevention training for CT, ME and NY also available)
- Conflicts in the Workplace
- Diversity: Fostering a Dynamic, Supportive, and Energetic Workplace
- Terminating Employees: A Supervisor’s Guide to the Process
- Interviewing: The Art and Science of Conducting Effective, Legal, and Compliant Interviews
- Substance Abuse in the Workplace: A Managers Guide
- Workplace Violence Prevention for Managers
Examples of HRCompli E-Learn courses offered for employees:
- Active Shooter Response for Employees
- Customer Service: What Employees Need to Know
- A Bully-Free Workplace: What Employees Need to Know
- Cybersecurity for Employees: Physical and Electronic Information Security
- Distracted Driving Prevention for Employees
- Business Ethics for Employees: Honesty, Fairness, and Respect
- Sexual Harassment Prevention for CA Employees (also available for CT, ME and
- Substance Abuse Prevention in the Workplace: A Guide for Employees
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1. “The EEOC reported more than a 50 percent increase in suits challenging sexual harassment over fiscal year 2017” | Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ↩
2. “The EEOC recovered nearly $70 million for the victims of sexual harassment through administrative enforcement and litigation in FY 2018” | Equal Employment Opportunity Commission ↩
3. “A 2018 Gallup Poll revealed that 53% of workers are in the “not engaged” category, and are not cognitively and emotionally connected to their work and workplace.” | Gallup ↩
4. “40 per cent of employees who receive poor job training leave their positions within the first year” | Go2HR ↩