Syntrio offers a series of highly customizable courses on a range of diversity and inclusion topics, commonly addressed in corporate codes of conduct. These programs are intended to communicate organizational values and foster commitment to ethical and legal business practices.
On August 29, 2018 Delaware became the latest state to enact legislation requiring employers to train employees on the prevention of sexual harassment when Governor John Carney signed SB 360 into law. Like California’s AB1825, SB 360 requires larger employers (those employing over 50 employees) to provide training on the prevention of sexual harassment. This […]
Beginning January 1, 2021, an amendment to the California Code of Regulations section on prevention of harassment and discrimination (2 CCR § 11023 et seq) will take effect.
For years a symbol of sex and male fantasy, the empire built by executives at lingerie powerhouse Victoria’s Secret has always carried a certain mystique in the popular culture lexicon. But as changing views of women’s bodies and enhanced scrutiny on the objectification of females both inside and out of the workplace are commonplace, the […]
On April 30, the US Department of Justice updated its Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs, guidance that it provides to federal prosecutors for their use to assess an organization’s efforts to implement and maintain effective compliance management. • What are the changes to these evaluation criteria? • Further, what’s the significance of this guidance in […]
A recent Gallup poll of more than a million U.S. employees found that the number one reason people quit their jobs is a bad boss or immediate supervisor. Even with this well-publicized statistic, most managers fail to accept their role in high turnover. A year earlier, Gallup found that only 18% of managers demonstrate a […]