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Americans with Disabilities Act

This Course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms. It uses examples from news headlines to emphasize the importance of ADA compliance, and it reinforces these messages with realistic quiz scenarios presented at the end of the Course.

Anti-Boycotting Compliance

This course will provide you with the information you need to ensure anti-boycotting compliance at your organization.

Anti-Trust Basics 2007

This Course briefly describes the main laws behind antitrust enforcement, the penalties for violating them, and the purpose behind the enforcement scheme. It then turns to the core principles and red flags that each employee should know so he or she can recognize trouble areas and know how to deal with them.

Avoiding Insider Trading

Using easy to understand examples, this course provides an overview of the law regarding Insider Trading, shows how it applies in the workplace, and explains the civil and criminal penalties that can result if an employee violates the law.

California Transparency in Supply Chains Act Compliance

The Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires businesses operating in California with revenue greater than $100,000,000 to disclose what measures they are taking to combat slavery and human trafficking.

Code of Conduct

This Course provides a model Code of Conduct that is a synthesis of more than 20 such policies in use by major companies today. A company that already has a Code in place can customize and use this Course to communicate that policy to its employees online.

Combating Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a global issue and needs to be a concern for businesses and organizations. Increasingly, businesses are being asked by governments, customers and the public to take steps to combat human trafficking.

Conflicts of Interest

This course sets out and explains conflict of interest situations — what they are and how to avoid them. The objective is to help you deal with similar situations that you encounter in your job.

Contract Law Basics

This Course provides an overview of contract law — what makes a contract valid and enforceable, what remedies are available in the event of a breach, and what employees should look for in their real-world dealings with business contracts.

Copyright Law Basics

The purpose of this Course is to give employees a general understanding of copyright law — what qualifies for copyright protection, what they can do to help protect the company's copyrighted assets, and how they can avoid the unauthorized use.

Corporate Compliance Primer

This Course will give you an overview of the field of 'corporate compliance' — its brief history, the basic workings of the Organizational Sentencing Guidelines, the components of an effective compliance Course, and related issues.

Corporate Political Activity

After a brief summary of the sources of the applicable law, this Course discusses what activities are allowed and prohibited by both companies and employees. <

Crisis Management and Emergency Response Planning

This course is intended to help you recognize and deal with crises that can occur that affect companies and their employees

Diversity in the Workplace [US]

This course is designed to raise employee awareness about demographic changes and the benefits of diverse teams in the workplace. The course teaches employees about the science of unconscious bias, how to recognize and resolve it and move toward an inclusive work culture.

DOT Drug Screen Collection

This program is intended to familiarize you with the U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) regulations concerning its standards and training requirements for drug screen collection.