Compliance training may be more important today than ever before. From workers’ willingness to vent on social media to an employee base emboldened by the #MeToo movement, it’s key that this training hit its mark.

And employers appear to understand this. In a recent survey, EVERFI found that addressing harassment and discrimination is a top priority for businesses, at 83% of those surveyed. But efforts can’t end with a one-time training; efforts must be ongoing and ingrained in company culture, experts say. That’s where the real challenge is: providing training that resonates with employees, changing minds and behaviors to create a workplace where employees adhere to your conduct standards.

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