Human Resource Online Training Courses
TMC is extending our online compliance training to include Human Resource (HR) courses. To compliment our OSHA, HIPAA, and Business Associates compliance online training, we have added five HR compliance courses that you can add to your learning management system application for the administration, documentation, tracking, reporting, and delivery of educational courses or training programs.
“Whenever you’re in conflict with someone, there is one factor that can make the difference between damaging your relationship and deepening it. That factor is attitude.” – William James
Efficiency experts estimate that employees spend 2.8 hours per week dealing with conflict. Workplace conflict reduces employee productivity and increases absenteeism and project failure. This course will train your employees to observe escalating conflict, address it and help resolve it.
- Understand the impact of conflict in the workplace
- Recognize different types of conflict
- Learn methods of managing conflict and difficult conversations, and resolution options
No one wants to work in a hostile work environment. Sexual harassment causes lost productivity as employees avoid work or certain coworkers. “Just because it’s happening and you see it all the time, that doesn’t make it right. If it hurts your feelings, then it’s wrong. If it degrades somebody, humiliates somebody, makes him or her feel small, it’s wrong.” – Rosalind Wiseman, Author, Queen Bees and Wannabees
- Sexual harassment and learn to recognize it
- Understand the impact of sexual harassment in the workplace
- Review reporting guidelines
- Learn how to prevent sexual harassment
Here’s the first ground rule: “Implicit bias” isn’t an accusation. It doesn’t mean you’re bad. It means you’re normal. Animals prejudge one another based on appearance. Human beings are naturally tribal. So implicit bias, as a disposition, isn’t something you learn. It’s something you learn to overcome. (www.slate.com)
We may think that we are fair and objective; however, implicit bias is apparent in everyone. Psychologist have identified more than 150 implicit biases.
What is implicit bias and why do we have them? This training will answer these questions and many more about how to deal with implicit bias in the workplace.
- Understand what implicit bias is and why everyone has it
- Learn to recognize how it may influence our decisions and affect the workplace
- Identify strategies and solutions to reduce its influence
Diversity: The condition of having different and various elements and qualities, especially regarding people (race, culture, religion, and gender). Diversity is increasing in the workplace and it is important to address it with your employees. Diversity training is about more than learning to tolerate difference. It is about understanding, appreciating and respecting differences in individuals.
- Cultivate an understanding of diversity and it’s benefits for a productive, pleasant workplace environment
- Recognize and describe the appropriate responses to individual differences that exist in the workplace
- Appreciate individual differences, to foster respect and dignity in the workplace
- Promote harmony and improve communication
Workplace Violence Prevention
The risks of and damage from workplace violence can affect your business as well as your employees. In addition to the legal issues, it has a financial impact. Each year almost 1 million individuals become victims of violent crime while working. About 500,000 victims of violent crime in the workplace lose an estimated 1.8 million work days each year. The average cost to American businesses each year is estimated to be $36 billion dollars (Bureau of Justice Statistics).
- “It is estimated that nearly 25% of all workplace violence goes unreported.” – Business Health Services, date?
- Understand how to identify workplace violence
- Discuss the impact of workplace violence
- Review risk factors associated with workplace violence
- Create a workplace violence prevention plan
- Learn how to address and prevent workplace violence in your workplace
- Recent headlines have been filled with sexual harassment cases, most notably in politics and entertainment. However, workplace conduct can cross the line in any industry or business. The time is right to review workplace conduct rules and legal liability. Learn how to address and prevent harassment in your workplace.
- Non-consensual, sexual advances are not the same as flirtatious comments from a creepy dude. The degree of harassment matters – Cheryl Yeoh
- But the issue of sexual harassment is not the end of it. There are other issues – political issues, gender issues – that people need to be educated about – Anita Hill
Human Resource Compliance modules may be added for $5 per user per year:
Sexual Harassment Training
Add all 5 for only $20 per user per year!
Contact us now to add these HR courses to your compliance program! 1-888-862-6742 or firstname.lastname@example.org