Our HR Compliance library covers a wide range of HR issues, whether training for the new person assuming their first HR role, a refresher for HR professionals, or for the small, growing business that now needs to expand its HR abilities.

Add structure and consistency to your onboarding process while setting clear expectations around workplace conduct and expectations.

It’s important that employees understand basic compliance so they may act and respond appropriately in the workplace.

Standard Policies and Procedures

This course will provide you with a high-level overview of standard policies and procedures within the workplace. By developing and maintaining these standards and policies, we can help make the workplace a fair, safe place for all of us to work.

Drug Free Workplace

Maintaining a drug and alcohol-free workplace is critical to your personal and professional success, and is a key component of maintaining a professional atmosphere where everyone can feel welcome.

Sexual Harassment

The primary purpose of this course is to provide you with a general overview of sexual harassment in the workplace.

Data Protection

Confidentiality is of the utmost importance for any organization. Your organization's files, your client's files, and your own personal information must be secured both online and in physical form.

Conflicts of Interest

Conflicts of interest occur when there is a situation that might benefit an employee but could have a negative impact on the company. It is critical that employees avoid engaging in conflicts of interest whenever possible, in order to create a positive, contention free workplace.

Workplace violence is something to be avoided at all costs. The more employees know about the topic, the greater the odds violence may be avoided, and the faster corrective actions may be taken should and incident occur.


Preventing bullying is a shared responsibility between employees and leadership and is critical to making our workplace a safe, welcoming place for all.

Violence in the Workplace

Workplace violence is one of the scariest things that an organization and its employees may face. However, by knowing how to recognize the early warning signs of violence, the risk of workplace violence can be greatly reduced.

Active Shooter

This course is specifically designed to help you understand how to survive in the event of an active shooter at your organization.

Treating other employees equally and with respect is critical to building strong, trusting teams and successful organizations.

Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

In this course, we will dive more into the diversity in the world around us. We will explore our own identity and learn how to collaborate with other team members in order to make our team as welcoming and effective as possible.

Respect in the Workplace

In this course you will be learning about the importance of being respectful in the workplace, so that everyone can feel welcome.

Implicit Bias

This course will introduce you to the concept of implicit bias. By the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of the negative effects of implicit bias, how to recognize bias, and how to prevent it in the future.

Title IX

This course will introduce you to Title IX. Title IX is a critical component of making educational facilities a safe, welcoming place for all.


The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prevents workplace discrimination against employees with disabilities. In addition to collaborating with coworkers of all abilities, each employee should understand their ADA rights and reasonable accommodations.

Whether working in a private office, in a distribution warehouse, or in operations, safety is priority #1. Taking proper safety precautions can reduce injuries, and knowing how to quickly respond to injuries may help reduce the severity.

General Office Safety

Every office is different, but there are some common hazards that you should be aware of. This course will introduce you to these common workplace hazards and share several ways to prevent unnecessary injury or property damage.

Warehouse Safety

This course will introduce you to the importance of working safely in a warehouse environment. You will be learning how proper techniques and planning can make warehouse work safer for everyone.


This course will introduce you to the Occupational Safety & Health Administration's (OSHA) Ergonomic Hazards Standard.

Personal Protective Equipment

Every day, workers are exposed to hazardous work conditions like machines, hazardous substances, or dangerous work practices that can cause injury. This course will take you through the many types of personal protective equipment (PPE) available for use on various parts of your body.

Slips Trips and Falls

This course will introduce you to slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. You will be learning about how to work more safely and avoid common workplace trip hazards.

First Aid

Regardless of where you work, accidents can happen. Whenever this occurs, workers need to be prepared to assist those in need.

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course will introduce you to the dangers posed by bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.

Understanding and following standard workplace etiquette can help with communication and overall team performance, while reducing confusion.

Business Ethics

As a professional, you will occasionally come across situations of ethical uncertainty. It's critical you are aware of your organization's ethical code and learn to navigate these difficult situations correctly.

COVID Returning to the Workplace

Nothing has changed the workforce quite like COVID-19. While vaccines and viable treatment for the disease exist, the fight against the pandemic is not yet over.

Virtual Meeting Tips & Etiquette

The growing popularity—and necessity—of virtual meetings means that professionals need to be aware of the differences between online meetings vs. in-person events.

Appropriate Email Use

Email is an indispensable tool in the modern workforce, yet many new professionals do not completely understand the finer nuances of writing and responding to a professional email.

Appropriate Social Media Use

What we post on social media impacts our career and organization. In most states, employers have the right to discipline workers over their objectional social posting, even on private accounts.

There are special circumstances such as medical leaves and employment termination that have their own unique set of rules and regulations. Understanding the laws related to these topics will help you know what to do should special circumstances arise.


The Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) is designed to help eligible employees take unpaid, job-protected leave for specific family and medical reasons without loss of group health insurance coverage.


This course will identify the right to COBRA continuation coverage for qualified beneficiaries that would otherwise be lost due to certain life events.

Organizational leaders need to understand work-related policies and laws from multiple lenses – as employees and as managers. It’s important to understand how to plan for and address a number of different situations before they arise, from workers compensation to addressing leaves to understanding “at will” employment.

Employment At Will

All fifty states in the US have a form of at will employment, an agreement between employer and employee. Understanding this contract, and its exceptions, prepares leaders to make the right choices regarding employee discipline and worker relations.


The purpose of this course is to help ensure you and your organization comply with the HIPAA regulations covering the security and privacy of confidential data.

Wage Hours and Guidelines

In this course you will be learning about the specific rules organizations must follow regarding wages and hours in order to treat employees fairly.

Addressing Leaves

In your role as a leader, you will occasionally come across situations where an employee will need a leave of absence. You must be aware of the policies and resources available to address these situations in order to avoid employee turnover and provide a fair working environment.

Religious Accommodations

Consistent with the law, company policy prohibits discrimination against applicants and employees based on religion. In addition, company policy requires you, as a manager, supervisor, or HR representative, to provide reasonable accommodations for an applicant's or employee's religious beliefs or practices in order for everyone to feel welcome.

Managing Diversity

In this course, you will learn the definition of workplace diversity and a diverse workplace.

Workers Comp

Accidents happen. During any work-related activity, employers are responsible for maintaining proper ergonomics and safety standards to protect their workers from injury.

Youth Labor Laws

To balance their education and capabilities with their career, the United States has set specific restrictions on employees under 18. As a leader, it is vital to understand these minor requirements in order to properly guide and accommodate these young minds.

Title VII

As a part of the Civil Rights Act, employers are forbidden from discriminating against employees based on their race, religion, color, sex, or country of origin. As a leader, it is your responsibility to enforce Title VII requirements among your team.

Managing Individuals with Disabilities

This course will equip you with the knowledge necessary to abide by the ADA and company policy when managing individuals with disabilities, in order to make everyone feel welcome and accommodated.

Equal Pay Act

Employees are entitled to equal compensation and benefits regardless of who they are. The Equal Pay Act of 1963 protects against wage discrimination based on sex.

Wage Garnishment

Wage garnishment is the process by which an employee's salary is reduced by court order for debt payments such as child support. As a leader, it is your responsibility to understand the basis of wage garnishment and how it effects your team.

Drug Test Laws

Conducting drug tests at work helps keep employees safe. For industries such as service and transportation, a drug-free workplace is vital for protecting employees and clients alike.

Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prevents employers from discriminating against employees with disabilities. To ensure a welcoming work environment, strong leaders are needed to work with disabled employees.

Preventing Violence in the Workplace

Workplace violence is one of the scariest things that an organization and its employees may face. However, strong leadership in the workplace can prevent many possible instances of workplace violence, often before the violence even occurs.

Leading the Return to Work

This course will introduce you to the new reality of returning to work in the midst of the COVID-19 epidemic.