Content Updates

New Courses Released
 

Reporting and Retaliation: Speaking Up and Standing Up for What's Right New-1.jpg

 COM550Hotline, Reporting & Investigations

Speaking up when something’s wrong is the right thing to do. We all know this, and yet it can be very difficult to report something inappropriate at work. This short course centers on why people may choose not to report things and suggests ways to overcome obstacles and find the courage to speak out. It also helps learners understand what to expect after an incident is reported, the possibility of retaliation, and how to handle it. The course may be used as a standalone training or rolled out as part of a microlearning strategy by utilizing COM550A, COM550B, and COM550C.

Building a Speak Up Culture New-1.jpg

Hotline, Reporting & Investigations

This short animation explains how proactive communication and a culture of trust help build a workplace where we can speak up and stand up for what's right without fear of retaliation.

Reporting & Retaliation: Petra's Story New-1.jpg

Hotline, Reporting & Investigations

Speaking up when you have a concern at work may not be easy but it's the right thing to do. This video-based course follows Petra, a creative director at an ad agency, as she weighs whether to report the discriminatory comments made by an actor in an ad campaign.

Debunking Six Myths about Raising Concerns and Retaliation New-1.jpg

COM550CHotline, Reporting & Investigations

This short video debunks six key myths about raising concerns, retaliation and the investigations process.

 

 

Updated Courses This Month

CAT ID Title

Topic Area

Update Type What Were The Updates
COM442 An Introduction to Financial Reporting Corporate Governance Content Test-out question updated
INT412 Understanding Global Competition Antitrust & Competition Media SRT file updated, XML issue addressed
HUR114 Workplace Harassment: A Global Perspective Harassment & Discrimination Content Knowledge check question updated
HUR725 Creating a Harassment-Free Workplace (Employee Edition) Harassment & Discrimination Content Minor content update to one panel
CGV403 Sarbanes-Oxely: Management Responsibilities for Financial Reporting Securities & Insider Trading Technical Course duration updated
ABC002 Anticorruption and Bribery: Global Anticorruption Bribery & Corruption Content Minor updates to consult template throughout course
COM218 Pause Before Posting: A Social Media Refresher Respectful Communications & Social Media Technical Bulletin layout/graphic updated
HEA447 HIPPA Awareness: An Overview of your Responsibilities Healthcare & Pharma Technical Updated file names for images
ETH095 The Company Code of Conduct Ethics & Compliance Program Management Content Added brand new intro video to course
COM415 Preventing Fraud: An Overview Corporate Governance Content Minor content update

 

 

 Coming to the Library Soon

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Preventing Sexual Harassment (CA Employees Edition) New-1.jpg

Harassment & Discrimination

Everyone has the right to work in a safe and respectful work environment that is free from sexual harassment. Each coworker must remember that the workplace is a public environment, and everyone is responsible for maintaining appropriate actions. Addressing all requirements under California law, including the mandatory 60-minute training duration, this course covers the various aspects of sexual harassment, including who's protected against it, how and where it can happen, and the actions you can take to prevent it.

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Government Contracts: Truthful Cost or Pricing Data (TINA)*

Government Contracting & Relationships

Contract negotiations with the federal government are unlike negotiations with commercial customers. Under the Truthful Cost or Pricing Data law (commonly referred to as TINA), a contractor must guarantee that it provided the government complete, accurate, and current information about its costs and prices. This course discusses when TINA applies and explains the details of the regulation.

*Replaces DEF231

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The Federal Acquisition Regulation: Ethics, Compliance, and Mandatory Disclosure Requirement*

Government Contracting & Relationships

The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of rules in the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) and FAR Subpart 3.10, the Contractor Code of Business Ethics and Conduct, which requires important ethics obligations for government contractors.

*Replaces DEF260

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Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCC DSS)*

This course provides a high-level overview of the PCI data security standard, reviews real-world examples of data breaches and their consequences, and outlines the basic requirements for PCI compliance.

*Replaces COM607

 

 For more information, please contact your Engagement Representative.