EEO Compliance Training

Jennifer L'Estrange
July 31, 2019

We are thrilled to announce that we have partnered with EEO Training, LLC to offer online, interactive compliance training to our clients. This program will be offered as a stand-alone online class or as part of a multimodal program on communications and culture.

A new way to introduce compliance

By offering compliance training as an online module to be completed before coming into the classroom, we have the opportunity to cover important legal topics as self-paced learning. Participants can go back and repeat sections as needed and quiz questions at the end of each module ensure that they have understood key messages. We have found that online compliance training is resonating with our clients who have either remote workforces, employees for whom English is a second language, or who are budget conscious.

Our recommended approach is to combine this interactive online training with classroom-based training focused on communication skills, communication styles or interpersonal managing skills. This multimodal approach to learning reinforces not only your compliance policies and procedures but gives participants the opportunity to learn about different communication styles and, importantly, practice active listening and how to give and receive feedback effectively.

If you have questions on how to effectively roll out compliance training in your organization, please reach out. We would be happy to share more details.

 

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