print
View all E-Learning

All organizations have a legal and moral obligation to provide a work environment that is free from discrimination and unlawful harassment. Important legal developments in recent years have made it clear— failure to provide discrimination and harassment training to all employees, especially managers, can expose an organization to liability and financial risk...

It is essential that managers be able to spot and address legal issues that arise in the workplace. Along with managerial authority and influence comes a legal responsibility to protect employee rights and adhere to employment laws. Training managers and supervisors on the legal aspects of management and managing within the law is essential to promoting legal...

Most employees want to feel respected in the workplace, but this doesn’t always happen naturally. With that said, IAML offers diversity training courses. With greater diversity in the workplace, human interactions can be complicated and misunderstandings and personal biases can result in intentionally or unintentionally disrespectful behavior. Fostering a culture...

Organizations built on a solid ethical foundation are better able to manage risk and create an environment of integrity, trust, and purpose for all employees. Ethical business conduct is also imperative to uphold the organization’s reputation and public image and legal developments in recent years have made proactive business ethics training a requirement.

...

Data privacy refers to the evolving relationship between technology and legal rights to (or public expectations of) privacy in the collection and sharing of personal data. As technology has advanced, so have the ways and pace with which personal data privacy can be breached, making data security and confidentiality a top business and legal concern. While there is...

Back to Top