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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. 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

  2. Speak Up! Doing Right by Raising Concerns (Employee)

    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 employee foundation two-module 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.

    19 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  3. Religious Discrimination and Accommodation

    Everyone in the United States has a right to equal opportunity in hiring and employment regardless of their religious beliefs. This course familiarizes managers and supervisors with their ethical and legal responsibilities under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act prohibiting religious discrimination and harassment in the workplace. It also discusses approaches to religious accommodation, allowing employees to adhere to religious customs and practices while at work.

    20 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  4. Preventing Employment Discrimination for Managers and Supervisors

    Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and other federal and state equal employment opportunity (EEO) laws protect employees and job applicants from discrimination based on their race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, and other protected grounds. This course teaches managers and supervisors to make employment decisions that adhere to anti-discrimination laws, promote respect, improve morale, and, in turn, prevent claims of discrimination and employer liability.

    43 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  5. Preventing Employment Discrimination: Employee Edition

    Everyone in the United States has a right to equal opportunity employment. Every company must be committed to preventing employment discrimination. To achieve this all managers, supervisors and the company staff must educate themselves about anti-discrimination policies and regulations. This course focuses on recognizing laws, regulations and policies that prohibit discrimination. It disseminates understanding regarding protected classes and the type of conduct that may be necessary to avoid harassment and discrimination. It has information about how to prevent discrimination and deal with retaliation in a proper way. There are numerous examples that will make your learning experience very engaging. Good Luck!

    45 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. Preventing Workplace Harassment for Managers

    This course teaches employees who work in federal government departments and agencies about the human characteristics that are protected by anti-discrimination laws and the type of conduct related to the "protected classes" that can lead to a claim of unlawful workplace harassment. It also discusses the steps employees can take to prevent workplace harassment and what to do in the event they witness or experience it.

    27 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  7. Preventing Workplace Harassment for Employees

    This course teaches managers and supervisors who work in federal government departments and their agencies about the human characteristics that are protected by anti-discrimination laws and the type of conduct related to the "protected classes" that can lead to a claim of unlawful workplace harassment. It offers strategies for preventing unlawful harassment and teaches managers how to respond appropriately when they learn of it. It also discusses the risk of liability to federal agencies and managers who fail to stop harassment or personally engage in harassing behavior.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  8. Preventing Unlawful Retaliation in the Workplace

    The are many laws governing the workplace that guarantee rights to individual workers, such as the right to be free from discrimination, the right to be paid minimum and overtime wages, and the right to join a union etc. Unlawful retaliation occurs when an employer imposes adverse consequences on an employee for exercising his or her rights or engaging in certain activities that are "protected" by law. Using scenarios and case studies, this course discusses the types of work-related activities that are protected by law, the types of behavior that can lead to a charge of retaliation, and the risks of failing to take steps to prevent unlawful retaliation in the workplace.

    44 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  9. Preventing Employment Discrimination for Federal Agencies

    Equal employment opportunity (EEO) and other anti-discrimination laws protect federal sector employees and job applicants from discrimination based on protected grounds such as race, color, national origin, religion, sex and sexual orientation, pregnancy, age, mental and physical disability, genetic information, status as a parent, marital status, or political affiliation. This course teaches managers and supervisors working in federal government agencies to make employment decisions that comply with anti-discrimination laws, promote respect and fairness, and, in turn, prevent claims of discrimination and employer liability.

    45 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Preventing & Addressing Sexual Harassment for Employees

    Sexual harassment continues to hurt organizations. This illegal conduct leaves emotional and psychological scars on targeted employees. Further, it also hurts overall team morale, productivity, collaboration, and other important objectives for a constructive workplace. Even perpetrators may not appreciate the risks they take when engaging in this conduct. A workplace that allows, and even encourages, this improper conduct cannot promote respect for all employees to obtain their best performance. This scenario-led training offers strategies for preventing unlawful harassment and helps employees understand how to respond appropriately if they witness or learn about this conduct. Finally, it provides employees with guidance about how to seek guidance or raise concerns regarding workplace harassment.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced