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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. Preventing Age Discrimination

    Workers of all ages can make strong contributions to a productive and effective workforce. Still, a recent study found that nearly 2 in 3 workers ages 45-74 reported having seen or experienced age discrimination in the workplace. This course familiarizes managers and supervisors with their ethical and legal responsibilities under the Age Discrimination in Employment Act (ADEA) and other anti-discrimination laws. Knowledge of the law is essential to avoid potentially costly lawsuits and can help to build a company culture rooted in trust and fairness.

    20 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  2. Managing Substance Abuse in the Workplace: Manager Edition

    This course discusses the unique challenges faced by managers with drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. Managers will learn the damage substance abuse causes and how they can proactively assist in achieving a workplace that effectively and properly manages drug and alcohol use. They learn how to deal with employees who have a suspected problem and where they can turn for help if they themselves have a substance abuse problem. Also covered is when and why drug testing can be used in the workplace.

    18 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  3. Managing Substance Abuse in the Workplace: Employee Edition

    This course discusses the unique challenges faced by employees with drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. Employees will learn the damage substance abuse causes and how they can assist in achieving a workplace that effectively and properly handles drug and alcohol use issues. They learn how to deal with substance abuse problems and where they can turn for help if they themselves have a substance abuse problem. Also covered is when and why drug testing can be used in the workplace.

    29 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  4. Legal Aspects of Interviewing and Hiring

    The pre-employment process (i.e. recruitment, interviewing and hiring) is filled with legal pitfalls. As such, individuals involved in the recruitment, interviewing and hiring process need to be familiar with effective techniques and knowledgeable of federal, state, and local laws restricting hiring practices that could be considered discriminatory or invasions of privacy. This course discusses legal issues related to writing job descriptions, recruitment methods, interviewing, testing, and evaluating candidates as well as issues related to reference and background checks and offers of employment.

    39 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  5. Harassment: Ensuring a Respectful Workplace

    Our collective understanding of harassment now goes way beyond just sexual harassment, also including harassment based on personal characteristics and bullying. In any form, harassment prevents employees and organizations from doing their best. Here, learners come to understand that all employees have the responsibility to address harassing behavior, be it verbal or non-verbal, whether as a victim or witness.

    8 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  6. Harassment and Bullying: Managing Threats to a Respectful Work Culture (Manager)

    Harassment and bullying threaten a respectful workplace, including the effect on targeted individuals, coworkers, the work environment, and the organization. This course introduces quid pro quo sexual harassment, hostile environment harassment, and bullying. It provides instruction on ways that individuals can help prevent harassment and bullying or respond to this conduct if it occurs. It also addresses retaliation against individuals who report improper conduct or assist in an investigation. This course includes a module to help managers understand their critical role in shaping a respectful workplace free of harassment and bullying.

    28 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  7. Harassment and Bullying: Managing Threats to a Respectful Work Culture (Employee)

    Harassment and bullying threaten a respectful workplace, including the effect on targeted individuals, coworkers, the work environment, and the organization. This course introduces quid pro quo sexual harassment, hostile environment harassment, and bullying. It provides instruction on ways that individuals can help prevent harassment and bullying or respond to this conduct if it occurs. It also addresses retaliation against individuals who report improper conduct or assist in an investigation.

    27 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  8. Employment Discrimination: Maintaining a Fair Workplace (Global)

    Everyone in the United States has the right to be treated fairly in employment. Equal employment opportunity laws exist to ensure that an organization’s employees can work unimpeded by improper bias that could affect their employment. This course addresses personal characteristics that are protected by law or an organization’s policy that may be improperly considered regarding employment conditions, such as recruitment, terms and conditions and termination. This course explores how employment discrimination involves making employment decisions based on protected personal characteristics, and the need to ensure that managers do not make illegal or otherwise improper employment decisions. This course provides an overview of employment discrimination.

    6 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  9. Employment Discrimination: Maintaining a Fair Workplace (US)

    Everyone in the United States has the right to be treated fairly in employment. Equal employment opportunity laws exist to ensure that an organization’s employees can work unimpeded by improper bias that could affect their employment. This course addresses personal characteristics that are protected by law or an organization’s policy that may be improperly considered regarding employment conditions, such as recruitment, terms and conditions and termination. This course explores how employment discrimination involves making employment decisions based on protected personal characteristics, and the need to ensure that managers do not make illegal or otherwise improper employment decisions. This course provides an overview of employment discrimination.

    8 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced

  10. Employee Privacy: Balancing a Manager’s Right to Know

    This course provides an overview of employee privacy in the workplace. Managers should know their state's regulations on privacy to achieve a balance between their need-to-know, with employees' right to freedom from undue intrusion into their personal lives. This course is for managers who wish to avoid litigation for invasion-of-privacy or defamation claims, yet who must sometimes consider drug testing, searches, discussion of an employee's behavior, or examination of an employee's after-hour activities. This course may also interest company executives who initiate company policy regarding privacy.

    30 Minutes

    Series: Employment Law

    Course Type: Online Self-Paced