Category: Blog

10 signs you’re using check-the box-training

Check-the-box training is a short-sighted approach to corporate compliance, and a poor way to develop talent. All too often, organizations experience the drawbacks of “checking the box” rather than achieving true cultural change. Here are ten signs that you might be using check-the-box training: 1. A Defensive Mindset Do you

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Time to Move On and Forward

Sooner or later, each of us is going to say or communicate something that is hurtful, insensitive, or just plain stupid. Over the course of a business lifetime, this will occur on more than just a few occasions. To be clear, I’m not talking about the grossly out-of-bounds acts and

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Knowledge to avoid catastrophes

The lessons we learn and remember tend to be based on flawed decisions. Think of situations where bad decisions led to bad results: We went to the wrong school, dated or married the wrong person, invested in the wrong stock. You get the idea. In business, we need to teach

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Three practical ways to improve your HR Documentation process

HR professionals understand that proper documentation of employee files is key to human resources management. Whether or not disciplinary action or litigation ever come into play, effective and professional maintenance of files is essential to a well-run HR program. Here are three tips to help: Set up systems Put effort

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ELI Announces 2017 George H. Kaye and John H. Stafford Award Winners

George H. Kaye Award for Demonstrating ELI’s Values Steve Paskoff recently announced ELI’s Accounts Payable Manager, Gloria Wright, as the recipient of the fourth annual George H. Kaye Award. As an essential part of ELI’s accounting department, Gloria is responsible for managing ELI’s accounts payable responsibilities. Her focus and dedication

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What ethics and compliance professionals can learn from the EEOC

In June 2016, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) released new recommendations on how to prevent and reduce harassment in the workplace. Although the task force that produced the report was specifically assigned to study sexual harassment, many of their discoveries about what makes harassment prevention programs effective (and ineffective)

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