Sponsor: Traliant

Preventing Workplace Violence Training Demo

By June 30, 2024, California employers must put in place a workplace violence prevention plan and provide workplace violence prevention training to employees. Employers in other states can face enforcement action from OSHA or tort liability for failing to take steps to prevent workplace violence.

View our on-demand demo of Traliant’s new Preventing Workplace Violence training course, which meets the requirements of California’s new workplace violence prevention law. The session is led by Elissa Rossi, Vice President of Compliance Services at Traliant, lawyer and former Assistant Attorney General of New York and Bailey Whitsitt, Corporate Counsel at Traliant. Elissa and Bailey will take participants through the interactive course content, discuss employer obligations under California law and review duties employers nationwide have to prevent workplace violence.

The 60-minute on-demand webinar demonstration will:

  • Take participants through the interactive course content.

    • Risk factors and warning signs of potential violence.
    • Reporting workplace violence.
    • Review of the required workplace violence plan.
    • De-escalation techniques.
    • How employees can protect themselves and others during a violent incident.
  • Discuss employer training obligations under CA law and what content must be included.
  • Address the importance of workplace violence training for employers nationwide (nearly 1/3 of employees have not received workplace violence training).

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Employment Law Fundamentals Certificate Program Demonstration

From interviewing to complying with overtime, leave, and reasonable accommodations laws, employees need to navigate a wide range of federal, state and local laws. It’s important your workforce knows how to comply with these laws to avoid the risk of violations and costly claims.

Join Traliant’s free 60-minute on-demand webinar demonstration of Traliant’s new Employee Law Fundamentals Certificate Program, led by Michael Johnson, Traliant Chief Strategy Officer, and former US Department of Justice attorney. Michael will take participants through this just released program consisting of 4 highly interactive, self-paced courses:

  • Interviewing and Hiring Lawfully.
  • Wage & Hour Fundamentals.
  • Disability, Pregnancy, and Religious Accommodations.
  • Family Medical, and Other Protected Leave (FLMA).

The demo covers:

  • Legal requirements for this training.
  • Instructional design elements and use of nuanced scenarios and critique exercises.
  • How we ensure 50-state compliance and keep the courses up to date.
  • How we answer user questions.
  • How we deliver the training and track employee completion.

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6 Ways to Create Greater Inclusivity + DEI Training Demonstration

Did you know that more than 80% of workers say they want to work for an organization that prioritizes inclusion and diversity?

Sarah Rowell, former CEO of Kantola and advisor to Traliant, as she presents a 60-minute on-demand webinar on why inclusion matters to companies and the steps HR professionals can take to build a more inclusive and collaborative culture where everyone can thrive and engage in achieving your organization’s strategic goals.

Immediately following the presentation, Nelli Gyongyosi, Director of Product Strategy & Education, will lead a live demonstration of Traliant’s new DEI: Creating Inclusive Workplaces training course. She will take participants through the highly engaging course content, where immersive storytelling – featuring unscripted interviews with people sharing real work experiences – provides learners with powerful insights into diverse perspectives and experiences within the workplace.

The course demonstration will cover: 

  • Individual and company motivations for increasing inclusivity and belonging. 
  • Impacts of microaggressions and unconscious bias.
  • Action steps employees can take to make individuals feel included, supported and valued.
  • Interactive story-based learning.
  • Accessibility to users with disabilities.
  • Including your DEI policies.

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