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Is Your Organization Prepared for the New US Anti-Harassment Regulations?

This year several states enacted new harassment training requirements that leave employers wondering, “What do I need to do before the training deadline arrives?” With potential changes on the horizon as a variety of cases go before the U.S.Read more

An Update on Recent State Harassment Training Requirements

 

An Update on Recent State Harassment Training Requirements, and a Look Ahead to Possible Changes to Federal Law

In recent posts, we discussed developments in both California and Delaware law, which have expanded employers’ obligations to provide harassment training to employees.  In addition, both New York State and New York City have implemented laws aimed at reducing the incidence of sexual harassment in the workplace.Read more

Harassment, Violence, Discrimination and Bullying in a Global Workforce

By Norman Ford

Harassment, Violence, Discrimination and Bullying in a Global Workforce

Workplace harassment, victimization, or ‘mobbing’ as it is known in some countries, is just one example of the challenge workplace misconduct presents to both employers and employees today. And it is truly a global concern, a problem that is not isolated to one region and anyone can be a target.Read more

Market Your Compliance Training Program to Build Employee Buy-in

By Jacob Rouser

Market Your Compliance Training Program to Build Employee Buy-in
For learning and development professionals, a successful learning program has two key pieces: the right content and engaged learners. For compliance, this can be a challenge.

We know the best compliance training programs are embedded into the business strategy and every employee contributes to the success of the program.Read more

Ontario Sexual Harassment Amendments Take Effect September 8

Ontario Sexual Harassment Amendments Take Effect September 8

By Charlie Voelker, Esq.

In 2015, the Ontario Government introduced Bill 132 to “amend various statues with respect to sexual violence, sexual harassment, domestic violence, and related matters.” The bill creates a number changes to the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), which you should be aware of – the most important being the expansion of the definition workplace sexual harassment.Read more