Emtrain Blog

How to Avoid a Bias or Retaliation Claim

Posted by Phyllis Cheng

February 16, 2017

            

Do you think your company is immune to gender bias, discrimination, and harassment claims? Think again. Read on to learn how you can protect yourself and your company from the common issues that lead to costly harassment or gender bias claims in the workplace.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Legal, Preventing Harassment

5 Ways for HR to Stay Ahead in 2017 [Infographic]

Posted by Allison Baker

February 8, 2017

 

This year is going to be a big one for HR. While it will be challenging to keep up with changing regulations and technology, there's a huge opportunity for HR professionals to demonstrate value to their organizations.

Check out our handy infographic based on research from Kronos for strategies to stay ahead of the curve in 2017 and continue to provide valuable insight to your leadership team. Click here to download the PDF.

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Topics: Preventing Harassment

5 Ways to Implement a Modern Approach to Harassment Training [GUIDE]

Posted by Allison Baker

December 22, 2016

Corporate training mandates have been around since 1999, but an EEOC task force report found little evidence that training lowered the number of harassment claims at all.

Download your free guide to discover five ways to implement a modern approach to harassment training to impact change and reduce claims.

This guide will help you:

  • take a data-driven approach to your harassment prevention program

  • utilize video and other multimedia to engage learners

  • create a sustainable program that won't break your budget or workload

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Topics: HR, HR Compliance, Preventing Harassment

NEW! Preventing Workplace Harassment Course Update

Posted by Allison Baker

November 17, 2016

Creating a respectful workplace is more important for employers now than ever. Employers have a greater responsibility to take steps to prevent harassment and many are failing to create effective prevention plans.

In fact, the EEOC task force reported in June that corporate harassment training has generally not changed workforce behavior due to the “check-the-box” nature of most programs.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Preventing Harassment, workplace harassment, workplace culture

Gender Equality and Discrimination Trends Across the Globe

Posted by Ute Krudewagen

May 10, 2016

A number of actors recently raised their concerns that a lack of Oscar nominations for black actors is discriminatory. This followed an outcry after the female lead in the latest Star Wars film, Rey, was omitted from the Star Wars Monopoly game.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Legal, Preventing Harassment

Free Checklist - How to Prepare Your Organization for the Fair Pay Act

Posted by Sam Keshavarz

November 30, 2015

In January 2016, the California Fair Pay Act (SB 358) goes into effect. This law may provide a new vehicle to address unconscious gender bias, which discrimination laws don’t adequately address.

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Topics: HR, HR Compliance, Laws & Regulations, Preventing Harassment

California Fair Pay Act: 5 Steps to Employer Compliance

Posted by Phyllis Cheng

November 2, 2015

With the signing of the California Fair Pay Act (SB 358) on October 6, 2015, many employers question how the new law will impact workplace compensation effective January 1, 2016.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Legal, Preventing Harassment

Top Questions Your Employees Are Asking About Social Media in the Workplace

Posted by Allison Baker

October 14, 2015

Social media can be a great tool to keep up with friends and loved ones, but how does social media impact your workplace? The truth is, it can be tricky for a lot of your employees. 

Compiled from learner questions and expert answers using our anonymous course Q&A feature, here are the questions your employees are asking.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Preventing Harassment, Social Media Policy

LGBT Discrimination in the Workplace: Updates and Best Practices

Posted by Phyllis Cheng

August 5, 2015

Years before the Supreme Court’s 2015 decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which announced that same-sex couples had the right to marry in all states, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) and various states had already protected lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees in the workplace. Keep reading to learn what these developments mean for your workplace and for best practices on how to keep your company discrimination free.

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Topics: HR Compliance, Legal, Preventing Harassment

The Real Reason You Need Online HR Training

Posted by Janine Yancey

April 14, 2015

 

The winds of HR training have seriously shifted due to technology. Why are more companies using online training over the traditional in-person method? Three very simple (but surprising) reasons. Read on to learn why companies have been making the switch.

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Topics: HR, HR Compliance, eLearning, Preventing Harassment