This Let’s Talk About Racism online training course was designed for all employees. This course will help you have well-informed conversations about anti-Black racism and equip you with the information and actions to fight racial injustice. This course is part of the conversation about systemic racism that plagues our systems and institutions.
The Accessibility Standards Training online training course will provide general requirements in the areas of customer service, information and communication, employment, transportation, and built environment regarding disabilities. and aims to identify, remove, and prevent barriers for people with disabilities. This course was designed to help you learn about Accessibility Standards.
This Alberta’s Health Information Act online training course is designed for employees and volunteers of organizations in Alberta that provide health care services. In Alberta, an individual's personal health information is protected by the Health Information Act (HIA). Learn about personal information, health information and requirements for its collection, use and disclosure by custodians and their affiliates.
This Anti-Spam Law online training course will provide you with an overview of Canada's anti-spam law and show you how to develop an anti-spam compliance program at your organization. The purpose of Canada's anti-spam law is to promote the efficiency and adaptability of the Canadian economy by regulating commercial conduct that discourages the use of electronic means to carry out commercial activities.
This Being Compliant online training course will discuss general compliance considerations and give you a brief overview of your obligations in these key areas: tax compliance, employment standards, and privacy. This course will define the role of the compliance office, different business structures, the importance of records, and how organizations can ensure privacy.
Ce cours de formation en ligne Biais inconscients a été conçu pour les employés, les superviseurs et le personnel de la direction. Ce cours expliquera les biais inconscients, leur incidence en milieu de travail et les mesures que l'on peut prendre pour les gérer et pour encourager la diversité et l'inclusivité. Avec une meilleure compréhension des biais inconscients et de leur origine, vous pourrez prendre des mesures pour résoudre les biais individuels et faire de meilleurs choix et de meilleures connexions.
This Business Ethics online training course focuses on the importance of recognizing an ethical dilemma and how to act accordingly. This course helps you understand what business ethics are, the difference between compliance and ethics, the importance of recognizing an ethical dilemma and then acting accordingly, and how to recognize the importance of doing business ethically.
This Cannabis - Workplace Implications online training course is designed for employers, employees, and organizations that have comprehensive workplace impairment policies in place are setting clear expectations and providing guidelines for employers, supervisors, and employees in a variety of situations. This course deals with impairment in general and impairment from cannabis in particular.
This Code of Conduct online training course provides a model Code of Conduct that explains the most important parts of the Code. A company that already has a Code in place can customize and use this course to communicate that policy to its employees and for a company that has not yet implemented a Code, this course provides a turn-key solution that can be put in place quickly.
If you own a business in Canada, you must comply with all applicable federal and provincial/territorial tax requirements. This Compliance for Canadian Business online training course will provide you with an overview of the things that you need to give consideration. This is a two-part online training course made up of the following two courses; Tax Compliance for Canadian Business and Being Compliant.
This Conflicts of Interest online training course was designed for all employees. This course explains what is conflict of interest, how to deal with conflict of interest situations, and how to avoid them. The objective of this course is to help you deal with similar situations that you encounter in the workplace.
This Corporate Political Activity [US] online training course is designed for all employees in all industries. It provides an overview of what corporations and individuals can and cannot do with regard to contributing to federal political campaigns and lobbying.
The Corruption of Foreign Officials Act (CFPOA) in Canadian legislation designed to prevent the bribery of foreign officials. In this Corruption of Foreign Public Officials Act online training course, we will discuss the CFPOA and how to create an effective CFPOA compliance program to avoid violations of the Act.
This Crisis Management and Emergency Response Planning online training course is intended to help you recognize and deal with crises that can occur that affect companies and their employees. This course will address the key components of crisis management and emergency response planning and how they apply to all full-time and part-time employees, including managers, supervisory and non-supervisory personnel.
This Diversity and Inclusion in the Workplace online training course is designed to raise employee awareness about demographic changes and the benefits of diverse teams in the workplace. This course teaches employees about the science of unconscious bias, how to recognize and resolve it and move toward an inclusive work culture.
This Employment Standards online training course will discuss what you should be aware of and where to find the laws and regulations that apply to your hiring and employment practices. If you own a business in Canada and you have employees, you need to know and comply with all of the applicable employment standards.
This Introduction to Privacy [Canada] online training course is designed for consultants and employees like privacy officers and those responsible for implementing privacy programs in organizations, managers, and business owners. At the end of this course, you will not only be aware of key compliance requirements with respect to privacy, but you will also have a clear understanding of how to begin implementing a privacy program within your organization.
This Multigenerational Workforce online training course was designed for employees and managers in the workplace. This course explores generations in the workplace, how generations connect, practical strategies to promote generational leadership, how to build community across generations in the workplace, generational differences, similarities, and how to leverage differences as strengths.
This Primer on Privacy [Canada] online training course is designed for all employees who deal with personal information. This course explores the growing concerns around privacy and how to address them in keeping with legislations like PIPEDA and GDPR. This course will address how to protect the privacy of its employees, clients, contractors, and contracts protect the reputation of its organization
If you own a business in Canada, you must comply with all applicable federal and provincial/territorial tax requirements. This Tax Compliance for Canadian Businesses online training course will provide you with an overview of what you need to consider. This course will cover three types of business structures, the federal tax responsibilities of every business owner, and the benefits of keeping adequate records.
This Unconscious Bias online training course is designed for all employees, supervisors, and management. This course explains unconscious bias, the impact it has on the workplace, and the steps you can take to manage it and encourage diversity and inclusivity. With a better understanding of unconscious bias and where it comes from, you can take steps to resolve individual bias and make better choices and connections.
This Workplace Bullying: Prevention and Response online training course is designed to inform employers, managers, supervisors, and employees of their obligations and their roles in ensuring a respectful workplace that is free from bullying. This course will discuss what is and is not bullying, outline the rights and responsibilities of employers and describe steps to anticipate, prevent and respond to incidents of workplace bullying.