HR Compliance

Call 1-800-358-6389 The corporate scandals of the 1980s increased the need for the development of corporate and legal standards for ethical conduct in business. The perceived lack of integrity in the business world and the lack of concern for the consumer at that time heightened demands for businesses to develop a stronger focus on their social responsibilities. Consequently, businesses in today’s corporate environment face the constant challenge of conforming to business ethics and corporate social responsibility. In today’s labyrinth of business laws, ethics and guidelines, understanding where one’s responsibility and liability fall is not often clear. CBT Direct’s HR Compliance training provides companies the training solution they need to insure the line between right and wrong is clearly defined.

CBT Direct offers award-winning, online HR Compliance training courses for all corporate personnel. Our extensive online HR Compliance training library can provide your employees the knowledge they need to insure that every business practice is beyond reproach!

Who Benefits from CBT Direct’s HR Compliance Training?

Anti-Money Laundering - Anyone in banking insurance companies, and other financial institutions seeking basic information on US money laundering laws and international anti-money laundering efforts.

Antitrust--Overview - All employees involved in day-to-day business practices that impact on their organizations competitive position.

Antitrust--Talking with the Competition - All employees, especially those involved in sales, that wish to insure that their actions do not violate anticompetitive legislation.

Antitrust-Trade Associations - Trade association members and trade association coordinators looking to insure that the Associations actions do not conflict with the Antitrust Laws.

Attorney-Client Privilege - Supervisors, managers, IT employees, HR employees seeking to understand the guidelines that protect communications between attorneys and their clients and ensures confidentiality.

BIS Export Controls and Antiboycott Provisions - All employees in organizations that deal with items which are exported out of the US or re-exported from a foreign country.

Code of Conduct - Anyone looking to solidify their understanding of the expected standards of personal behavior in a business environment.

Code of Conduct Awareness - Anyone looking to solidify their understanding of the expected standards of personal behavior in a business environment.

Conflict of Interest Simulation - Any employee wishing to test their understanding of the rules and pitfalls of having personal, financial or job related activities that conflict with the interest of the current employer.

Conflicts of Interest in the Workplace - Any employee who may have personal interests involving finances or job-related activities outside the company that may conflict with the interests of their current employer.

Documenting Discipline - Anyone in a management capacity who may have disciplinary responsibilities.

Doing Business on the Internet - Managers and employees in all commercial and government organizations who are involved in conducting transactions over the Internet.

Doing Business with the Government - All employees involved in doing business with the government, especially marketing and sales professionals.

Equal Employment Opportunity and Discriminatory Practices in Hiring - Managers and other individuals who have an interest in reducing company liability in hiring practices.

Ethical Decision Making Simulation - Anyone looking to insure that their actions fall under the moral values of social responsibility.

EU Privacy and Data Security - Anyone who may, through their daily work, encounter customer and employee data of European individuals, which must be protected according to EU privacy laws.

Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) - All employees, particularly managers and supervisors, interested in understanding FLSA, the specific minimum requirements in relation to employees' wages, hours of work, overtime entitlements, and payroll records, as well as an employee's rights and responsibilities in relation to this Act.

FMLA Leave and More: An Overview of Legally Protected Leave - Primarily managers and supervisors, as well as other employees whose responsibilities include managing employee leave.

Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - All employees dealing in foreign relations or sales, and seeking further understanding of the FCPA.

Government Contracting Essentials - Procurement Managers and other members of the procurement teams of companies that are involved in contracting with the Federal Government to provide goods and/or services.

I-9 Compliance - Verifying Employment Eligibility of US and Non-US Citizens: Managers and supervisors responsible for hiring employees and those who wish to have a guideline to understand how to be I-9 compliant.

Illegal Insider Trading Simulation - Managers, supervisors, employees seeking practice application of the principles and application of laws and penalty of insider trading.

Insider Trading - Managers, supervisors, employees seeking understanding of the definition, laws and penalty of insider trading.

Integrity in the Workplace - All employees interested in understanding and improving corporate ethics, such as fraud and abuse associated with financial, safety, health, environmental and other workplace issues and the laws and agencies that govern them.

Intellectual Property Overview - Supervisors and all employees needing to understand current copyright, patent, and trademark laws and review methods for reducing legal liabilities.

Interviewing and Hiring Practices - HR professionals, members of management with hiring responsibility wish to insure exercising sound judgment in the hiring and interviewing process.

Interviewing and Hiring Practices Simulation - HR professionals, members of management with hiring responsibility.

PCI Compliance: What You Need to Know - Any employee who deals with payment card transactions either at the point of sale or in a "back-office" function, that wish to insure that their actions do not violate Payment Card Industry-Data Security Standards.

Preventing Fraud and Abuse - All employees interested in preventing fraud and abuse in the workplace and how to recognize the difference between the two.

Privacy and Information Security - All employees especially aimed at helping individuals who work with private information understand the ways that the information can be disclosed inadvertently.

Procurement Integrity - All employees involved in procurement activities for federal contractors.

Promoting a Substance-free Workplace - Supervisors responsible for keeping a substance-free workplace as well as all employees who need to adhere to it.

Record Retention - All employees but particularly management and human resource personnel who need to understand and implement compliance policies.

Rightful Employment Termination - Supervisors and managers seeking to reduce the corporate liability for wrongful termination lawsuits.

Sarbanes-Oxley: What You Need to Know - All employees who need or want to learn about the Sarbanes-Oxley Act, intended to protect investors by improving the accuracy and reliability of corporate disclosures required by law, and to enforce compliance.

The AODA: Customer Service and Accessibility - Every person who deals with members of the public or other third parties on behalf of a business or organization, whether the person does so as an employee, agent, volunteer, or otherwise.

Trade Secrets - Employers, employees, and contractors who need to understand the Uniform Trade Secrets Act (UTSA) and non-disclosure agreements.

Understanding the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) - Primarily managers and supervisors, as well as any employees whose responsibilities include employment decisions.

Understanding the Risks of Using Internet Media and Electronic Communications - Any and all employees who have access to the internet and email at work as they are all at risk to their employment being affected by a misunderstanding of company policies and best practices in internet etiquette.

Union Awareness - Managers and supervisors looking to understand why employees form unions, and how best to deal with them in your workplace.

Workplace Diversity Awareness - All employees with an emphasis on management and human resource personnel who need to understand and implement diversity compliance policies.

Workplace Diversity Awareness Simulation - All employees, with an emphasis on management and human resource personnel, seeking practice application of understanding and implementing diversity compliance policies.

Workplace Ethics - looking to insure that their actions fall under the moral values of business responsibility.

Workplace Violence - Everyone seeking to recognize the early warning signs of impending workplace violence, and the actions they can take to prevent and reduce workplace violence.

Benefits of CBT Direct’s Online HR Compliance Training

Click Here to Request a Quote CBT Direct boasts the most beneficial online business training on the market. With online training, you have the flexibility to study on your schedule, and with the speed and reliability of the internet, CBT HR Compliance training courses are accessible anywhere you have an internet connection. Convenience finally costs less with CBT Direct – the most affordable online training solution today.

The unique design of CBT Direct’s HR Compliance training emphasizes learner initiative, self-management and experiential learning. CBT Direct’s online course design begins with the definition of user-focused performance objectives and then proceeds to the selection and implementation of instructional strategies and learning activities appropriate for those objectives. This effective instruction model for CBT Direct’s HR Compliance training ensures the greatest level of comprehension and retention to ensure noticeable results!

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