About ELI

Company Profile

ELI is a training company that helps organizations solve the problem of bad behavior in the workplace. This means more than just preventing discrimination and harassment lawsuits. It’s about addressing the bigger costs of lost productivity, turnover, and brand damage caused by uncivil behavior.

Our award-winning training experiences are based around real-life scenarios and are backed by our deep legal expertise and a proactive, high-touch approach. It’s how we’ve helped many of the world’s best-known brands build a workplace that works.

9,000+

People have become ELI Certified Instructors

2,500,000+

People have completed ELI training courses

Examples of Industries We Have Worked With Include:

  • Federal and local government
  • Healthcare
  • Retail
  • Construction management
  • Manufacturing
  • Telecommunications
  • Financial services
  • Consumer products
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Utilities (energy/nuclear)
  • Education (universities/colleges)
  • Technology and business services

Award Winning Learning & Training

ELI has won awards from Brandon Hall Group, Human Resources Executive Magazine Corporate Legal Times and more…

How It All Began

It all started when ELI founder Stephen Paskoff saw that companies often waited until a costly incident had occurred before dealing with many of their labor and employment issues. As a law firm partner and EEOC trial attorney, he came to believe the amount of time, money, and energy spent on legal battles that could have been avoided in the first place. Convinced this problem could be solved, he set out to build a unique learning experience that would finally address the underlying causes of bad behavior in the workplace.

What started as one lawyer’s mission is now a global training resource for civil behavior in the workplace. Today, more than two million people worldwide have experienced ELI training and over 8,000 instructors have been trained in ELI’s award-winning approach. Many leading organizations and best-known brands (such as Coke, Verizon, and the U.S. Forest Service) rely on ELI to help them build a more civil, inclusive, and productive workplace.

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From the Blog

6 Ways to Make Your Sexual Harassment Training Better

To help colleagues and employees understand what behavior is appropriate in the workplace, experience has shown that clarity and guidance are necessary, especially on such an important issue. That’s why sexual harassment prevention training is such a foundational step in building a culture of civility at your workplace. Good sexual

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Upcoming Events

Civil Treatment Basics Certifications

October 15 – 17: Atlanta, GA
November 5 – 7: Atlanta, GA


Federal Government Civil Treatment Basics Certifications

November 12-14: Washington, D.C.


Civil Treatment Workplace Certifications

October 22-24: Atlanta, GA
November 19-21: Atlanta, GA
December 3-5: Atlanta, GA