This Course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms. It uses examples from news headlines to emphasize the importance of ADA compliance, and it reinforces these messages with realistic quiz scenarios presented at the end of the Course.
This Course briefly describes the main laws behind antitrust enforcement, the penalties for violating them, and the purpose behind the enforcement scheme. It then turns to the core principles and red flags that each employee should know so he or she can recognize trouble areas and know how to deal with them.
Using easy to understand examples, this course provides an overview of the law regarding Insider Trading, shows how it applies in the workplace, and explains the civil and criminal penalties that can result if an employee violates the law.
Every business in Canada, regardless of size or sector, has compliance requirements. This course will discuss general compliance considerations and give you a brief overview of your obligations in these key areas: tax compliance, employment standards, and privacy.
Entertaining clients is an important part of many businesses. Alcohol can often play a role in many different forms of business entertainment. Many times, this combination of business and pleasure can leave employees confused as what behaviors are appropriate. This course discusses alcohol and business entertainment. .
The Transparency in Supply Chains Act requires businesses operating in California with revenue greater than $100,000,000 to disclose what measures they are taking to combat slavery and human trafficking.
This Course provides a model Code of Conduct that is a synthesis of more than 20 such policies in use by major companies today. A company that already has a Code in place can customize and use this Course to communicate that policy to its employees online.
Human trafficking is a global issue and needs to be a concern for businesses and organizations. Increasingly, businesses are being asked by governments, customers and the public to take steps to combat human trafficking.
If you own a business in Canada, you must comply with all applicable federal and provincial/territorial tax requirements. These moduls will provide you with an overview of the things that you need to give consideration.