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We understand our clients have unique business requirements, so we created flexible training packages to best meet the needs of your financial institution.

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  1. Wage & Hour Basics

    This course is designed for managers who supervise employees subject to the FLSA and state minimum wage, overtime, and meal and rest break laws. In addition to learning the basic parameters of the laws governing the payment of minimum wages and overtime, managers will learn the essential "flashpoints" that lead to wage and hour lawsuits, including (but not limited to): scheduling; record keeping; supervision and policing (or lack thereof) of break times; and the distinction between exempt and non-exempt status with respect to state and federal overtime requirements.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  2. Wage & Hour Basics CA Manager and Supervisor Edition

    This course is designed for California managers who supervise employees subject to the FLSA and California state minimum wage, overtime, and meal and rest break laws. In addition to learning the basic parameters of the laws governing the payment of minimum wages and overtime, managers will learn the essential "flash points" that lead to wage and hour lawsuits, including (but not limited to): scheduling; record keeping; supervision and policing (or lack thereof) of break times; and the distinction between exempt and non-exempt status with respect to California overtime requirements.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  3. Preventing Workplace Harassment: Managers & Employees

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for managers and non-managers in California, Connecticut, New York, Illinois, Delaware, Maine and all other states.

    120 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  4. Preventing Workplace Harassment: Managers & Employees

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for managers and non-managers New York, Illinois, Delaware, Maine and all other states without general harassment training requirements.

    40 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  5. Preventing Workplace Harassment: Managers & Employees

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for non-managers in California and managers and non-managers New York, Illinois, Delaware, Maine and all other states without general harassment training requirements.

    70 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. US Workplace Harassment Learner Selection

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for managers and non-managers in all states with and without general harassment training requirements.

    120 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  7. Preventing Sexual Harassment for Managers

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for managers in states without general harassment training requirements.

    60 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  8. Preventing Sexual Harassment for Employees

    Given continued challenges with disrespectful conduct in business at work, Workplace Harassment (5th Ed.), focuses on sexual and other harassing conduct. Through scenario and motion graphics videos, it addresses the importance of respectful conduct toward coworkers and benefits that preventing and addressing harassment can provide. The training focuses on the ways that individuals are subject to or engage in questionable conduct and the harm this causes to a workplace culture. It also presents ways that everyone can raise concerns or otherwise address this conduct in a responsible manner. It includes exercises to promote learning and skill-building for recognizing and responding to improper behaviors and supporting a workplace that promotes respectful conduct. This version is designed for non-managers in states without general harassment training requirements.

    40 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  9. Understanding the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

    The course is designed for managers or supervisors whose employees may request or require leave. It also provides an "advanced path" with more detailed information designed for FMLA-leave administrators (i.e., staff responsible for designating and qualifying leave requests as FMLA-qualifying). Users will learn about eligibility requirements, circumstances under which employees qualify for FMLA leave, pay and benefits employees are entitled to while on leave, and responsibilities for record-keeping and posting notices regarding FMLA procedures.

    44 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Speak Up! Doing Right by Raising Concerns (Manager)

    A strong ethical culture requires that all staff are comfortable with raising concerns and managers are skilled with effectively receiving and responding to these concerns. This course covers the importance of a “speak up” workplace culture where everyone is committed and encouraged to raise concerns about questionable conduct. It also addresses how learners can effectively speak up to increase the chances for a concern to be understood. This manager version further addresses a manager’s duty to “listen up”—involving careful listening to employees’ concerns and taking action, as warranted, to address the concerns and reinforce management’s commitment to a “speak up” culture. Finally, it addresses a manager’s important responsibilities to support a non-retaliatory workplace for employees who raise or help to resolve concerns.

    32 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced