Syntrio offers a series of highly customizable courses on a range of ethics and compliance 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.
In an earlier post, we talked about the importance of matching public support for the LGBTQ+ community with internal practices, policies, and employee training that support diversity and inclusion. Psychological astute, relevant, engaging, and practical employee training also encourages a respectful and civil workplace, conflict management, negotiation, and emotional intelligence. Still another area that would […]
Harassment training costs money, both in employee time and actual dollars spent. Because of the significant resources that must be expended to train a workforce on the prevention of workplace harassment employers are understandably looking for the most “bang for the buck” on their investment. While efficiency in training is absolutely critical, there comes a […]
Few areas of harassment training draw more confusion than cases involving third parties. Employers are left wondering what they can, and should, be doing to protect their employees from harassment that originates via contact with those outside the organization. Hewitt vs. BS Transportation, a recent case decided in the United States District Court for the […]
Employees that are engaged in their work are more productive, satisfied, and likely to stay with an employer motivating them to do their best. Having a more engaged workforce is highly beneficial to companies and managers, positively impacting areas including workplace safety, employee health, and profitability. Consider the latest Gallup Employee Engagement study that reports […]
5th and Wine, a Scottsdale, Arizona wine bar recently faced claims of sexual orientation harassment and retaliation. According to the complaint, the bar did nothing to stop alleged harassment against two servers, which include name calling, inappropriate touching and sexually based comments. Specifically, the two servers alleged that they were harassed based on a perception […]
As 2018 passes on, one of the extraordinary aspects of the past year was the seeming normalization of bribery and corruption in the media. Yet despite the year’s headlines dominated by stories regarding sexual harassment, cyber security and data privacy, bribery was nonetheless the clear winner in news stories. One-Third of all News Headlines Involve […]