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These 5 Metrics Can Assess the Impact of Your Employee Training

These 5 Metrics Can Assess the Impact of Your Employee Training

Most employers know that employee training is a legal requirement, on the federal level as well as some state and local levels. But the best employers also realize that employee training can be much more than just something to check off a compliance list. Training offers a tremendous opportunity to make your office a better place to work — and in doing so, improve employee

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California Extends Sexual Harassment Training Deadline: What You Need to Know

California Extends Sexual Harassment Training Deadline: What You Need to Know

In 2018, California signed Senate Bill 1343 into law. The bill expanded sexual harassment training requirements for employers in the state. Most significantly, the law specified that sexual harassment training requirements applied to any employer with more than five employees, even those whose employees were temporary or part-time. The new law also mandated training for all employees, not just supervisors, and put some additional parameters

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How Will You Act in Your Workplace TOMORROW?

How Will You Act in Your Workplace TOMORROW?

Today is election day in the U.S. We may know which Presidential candidate won tonight or it may take days or even weeks before a winner is declared. Either way, I ask you to imagine that your preferred candidate loses. How will you personally think, act, and feel? Now imagine that your preferred candidate wins. How would that change your thoughts, actions, and feelings? And

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Support Employees Through Parenthood

How Companies Can Support Employees Through Parenthood

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant effect on the workplace, from making in-person meetings obsolete to requiring employees to remain six feet apart at work. But one of the other significant ways that the virus has impacted organizations’ ability to get work done has happened outside of the physical office: The interruption in childcare for parents. Even as some daycares and schools begin to

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Three Important Steps to Take When Dealing With a Workplace Bully

Three Important Steps to Take When Dealing With a Workplace Bully

As we wrote in our post 4 Types of Workplace Bullies and How to Deal With Them, not all bullies are the stereotypical demanding-boss-type. Bullies come in all shapes and sizes. They can be supervisors, or they can be peers. They can bully by yelling and intimidation, or they can do it by withholding important information or spreading rumors. Regardless of the type of bullying

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Executive order on Diversity & Inclusion

ELI’s Response to the Executive Order on Diversity & Inclusion

ELI’s learning solutions help clients obtain their best results in line with their mission and values. Since 1986, public and private employers have used ELI programs to realize their commitment to building enduring Civil Treatment® Workplaces staffed by diverse, respectful and engaged team members. Together, they do their best work connected by a commitment to their organization’s objectives, guiding principles and standards. On October 2,

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