Our CIA “micro-learning” series offers brief, interactive courses to help employees understand their workplace compliance responsibilities. Each course features practical content, professional narration, and real-world knowledge checks to make sure key messages are being delivered and understood. All CIA courses can be completed in less than 20 minutes using a computer, tablet, or mobile phone.
Explain how affirmative action should and shouldn't work in the recruitment and hiring process.
Deliver a clear and powerful message on the principles and practice of equal employment opportunity requirements.
Define the simple ground rules that apply when applicants or employees request a disability or religious accommodation.
Help recruiters quickly get up to speed on the unique compliance requirements that apply to recruitment and selection.
Identify workplace harassment’s components and explain how they can be prevented and addressed.
Teach employees at all levels how to identify, prevent, and respond to workplace retaliation.
Get up to speed on fundamental equal employment opportunity rules with our bundle of four Compliance in Action courses.
Learn or refresh your knowledge of talent acquisition compliance essentials with our bundle of four Compliance in Action courses.
CWC is always looking to expand our course offerings if you have any ideas please reach out to our education and training team. Contact Us.(email@example.com)
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