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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.

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How to Build a Company Culture with Compliance Superpowers

By Norman Ford

How to Build a Company Culture with Compliance Superpowers

When you hear the word compliance, do you cringe? Does your mind immediately think of lawyers, lawsuits, and employee misconduct? It’s unfortunate how the evolution of laws, violations, and safety concerns have conditioned our minds to think about compliance in a vacuum.

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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.

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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.

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The Holiday Shopping Season is Right Around the Corner: Don’t Become an Easy Victim of Identity…

By Charlie Voelker Charlie V

An identity fraud-related crime occurs in the U.S. every two seconds, affecting 13.1 million people and costing over $18 billion in 2013.[1] The risk of identity theft has captured considerable attention recently following several high-profile data breaches involving well-known retailers.

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