Court T.V.s Catherine Crier hosts this program.
A quick video on the complex world of EEO compliance issues.
Statistics show one in FIVE managers or supervisors will find themselves in litigation or part of an employment related claim or charge.
Highly stylized, unusual dramatizations bring these lessons to life in a way that is powerful and effective.
This brand new 2015 production covers every aspect of the FML.
This program will cover the fundamentals of the original A.D.A. and explain the changes that are now in effect because of the new Act.
Help prevent lawsuits and ensure compliance with a clear, comprehensive and accurate summary of the new FMLA.
Whether intentional or by accident, employers who violate workplace discrimination laws face stiff legal and costly penalties, negative publicity, and low employee morale among other consequences.
This 9-minute program concentrates on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations, to help managers foster an inclusive, professional environment.
This concise program is both comprehensive and simple to understand, with short vignettes that illustrate and dramatize the material presented.
This conversational, easy-to-use program for managers explains the ins and outs of conducting a legal job interview.
This conversational, easy-to-use program for managers explains the Americans with Disabilities Act—its significance and its requirements.
This 10-minute program concentrates on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations, to convey the importance to managers and supervisors of a proactive, positive, and legally compliant approach to discipline, documentation, and termination.
This 9-minute program focuses on four key learning points and their “takeaways,” or sentence-long summations, to convey the spirit of the FMLA, as well as how to legally comply with this sometimes confusing legislation.
This program includes California legislation AB 1825 and AB 2053 training requirements for California managers and supervisors.