SB 1343 Compliant Training

What is SB 1343 SB 1343 went into effect on January 1, 2019, and requires most companies to provide sexual harassment training to employees by January 1, 2020...

Marketplaces – Investing Basics

Marketplaces is a single-module investment course in which students learn investment concepts that are needed to intelligently participate in the financial markets.
Grades 9-12

Sponsor Marketplaces – Investing Basics

Marketplaces is a single-module investment course in which students learn investment concepts that are needed to intelligently participate in the financial markets.
Grades 9-12

Anti-Trust

Antitrust and fair competition laws, or “competition” laws, are put into place by countries around the world to ensure fair marketplace competition. These laws prevent businesses from reducing competition through illegal means such as bid rigging and price fixing. The practice of fair competition allows for the consumer to receive the highest quality goods at the lowest prices, thereby promoting a healthy global marketplace.

Conflicts of Interests

With conflicts of interest training, your employees can effectively learn how to identify situations that may lead to a conflict of interest, differentiate personal versus business interests, and uphold your organization’s integrity in compromising situations.

Injury and Illness Prevention

Quick and easy for employees to take, the injury and illness prevention policy course is a convenient way for human resources to ensure a fully compliant workforce.

Hazard Communication

As of December 1, 2013, OSHA requires all employees to be trained on the new Hazardous Communication Standard (HCS) for labels and Safety Data Sheets. OSHA has adopted the United Nations' Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals and made major changes to both labels and data sheets.

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course is intended for employees who are likely to be exposed to potentially infected bodily fluids, including first-aid responders, maintenance personnel, janitorial staff, and any personnel assigned to clean up such fluids. Other employees should receive the same training for awareness purposes so that all employees understand how to handle hazardous situations and whom they should report to, so that spills are cleaned up correctly.

Wage and Hour Training

This course is a supplemental module to our All Employees course and educates supervisors on essential managerial issues, including their role in record keeping, addressing errors, and taking complaints under the Fair Labor Standards Act.