Compliance Training Group

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Satisfying New York State and New York City requirements (New York State Senate Bill S7848A, Stop Sexual Harassment in NYC Act) our 2-hour Sexual Harassment Prevention Training course guides supervisors in the State of New York through important federal and state discrimination and sexual harassment laws. This Supervisor Edition of our training educates supervisors on how they can become more aware of sexual harassment in the workplace as well as ways to identify, correct, and report it. Our online courses for individual learning provide content that is relevant to today’s issues and challenges. Updated New York harassment prevention training content and features include: Real workplace scenarios Harassment prevention training that addresses current issues in the workplace & relevant laws Quizzes & final test Read More


Workplace substance abuse is a sensitive and very costly problem facing employers of every size. According to a recent OSHA publication, 65% of workplace accidents are caused by substance abuse, and employees that abuse drugs file six times as many workers’ compensation claims. Substance abusers use health benefits approximately 84% greater in dollar terms and they record 16 times more work absences according to the US Dept. of Labor. Our 1-hour training provides Substance Abuse Awareness and Prevention for Supervisors and Employees. It is vital that management understand the magnitude of substance abuse in the workplace and know how to identify impaired or under-the-influence employees. Employers must be able to effectively manage potential incidents before they occur. Drug and alcohol abuse impacts safety, productivity and the cost of doing business. Read More


It’s imperative that management understand the magnitude of violence in the workplace, how to identify potentially violent employees/non-employees and be able to effectively manage incidents before they occur. Violence in the workplace is the second leading cause of occupational death in the US. It is the number one killer of women at work and the number two killer of men at work. More than 1,400 work-related homicides occur each year. Our online, 60-minute course for individual learning defines, identifies, and provides an understanding of Violence in the Workplace: Review the major categories of violence in the workplace Myths vs. Facts – Separate the facts from the assumptions about violence in the workplace The scope of violence in the workplace Quizzes & final test Read More

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