ELI® Awarded General Services Administration
(GSA) Schedule Contract
Federal Agencies Receive Contract Pricing for EEO and Human Resources Training
ATLANTA (February 1, 2011) — Employment Learning Innovations (ELI, Inc.) a compliance, ethics and workplace behavior training company that has been helping organizations create more productive workplaces for 25 years, has been awarded an U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) Schedule human resources and Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) services contract.
Federal government buyers and eligible agencies will receive preferred contract pricing for ELI's Civil Treatment® harassment, discrimination, EEO and diversity training for managers and employees, and certified instructor "train-the-trainer" program. ELI's GSA contract number is GS-02F-0048X.
"Our managers and supervisors at DeCA are raving fans of Civil Treatment for Managers and see it as a refreshing change from traditional EEO training," said Marcus Lashley, director EEO, Defense Commissary Agency. "Many of our managers tell us that it's the best training they have ever attended in their management careers because it's provided them with effective and innovative tools to avoid situations that could lead to incivility in the workplace."
ELI has also worked with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), U.S. Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS), and the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP), and other agencies.
"Through ELI training, EEO, diversity and compliance officers can ensure a productive, engaged and effective workforce, and make sure managers and employees experience a harassment-free, welcoming and lawful environment," said Stephen M. Paskoff, Esq. president and CEO of ELI, Inc.
Check out ELI's listing on the GSA Advantage eLibrary and visit www.eliinc.com.
Paskoff is the author of Teaching Big Shots To Behave (and other Human Resource Challenges) and posts regularly to The Ethical Workplace, a blog for human resources, diversity, EEO and compliance professionals at www.eliinc.com/blog.
Since 1986, ELI has trained nearly two million leaders, managers and employees in business and government workplaces. The company's award-winning classroom and online learning solutions transform complex laws and ethical codes of conduct into simple behavioral rules that improve performance, reduce legal and business risks, and create productive workplace cultures. For more information about ELI training services, including harassment and discrimination, ethics and compliance, wage and hour, and certified instructor "train-the-trainer" programs, please visit www.eliinc.com. Please join us on the ELI blog at www.eliinc.com/blog and on our LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and YouTube communities.