Tips for Initiating Legal Compliance Training Program

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Tips for Initiating Legal Compliance Training Program

  1. 1. Tips for Initiating Legal Compliance Training Program
  2. 2. What is compliance training?
  3. 3. Compliance training is a process of educating employees on the laws and regulations governing an organization, so that employees can adhere to them while on the job.
  4. 4. Why is it important for organizations to provide compliance training to their employees?
  5. 5. Organizations need to provide compliance training in order to:  Prevent violation of standards  Reduces risk factors  Avoid non-compliance penalties
  6. 6. Training employees on compliance issues makes them aware of  Rules and procedures  Legal compliance obligations
  7. 7. What are the areas where compliance training is required?
  8. 8. Examples of areas where compliance training is required:  Code of Conduct  Information Security  Record Keeping  Trade Security  Workplace Harassment
  9. 9. Tips for Initiating Legal Compliance Training Program  Focus on Single Objective  Use Short and Simple Modules  State Relevant Case Studies and Scenarios  Involve the Participants  Give Clear Do’s and Don’ts
  10. 10. Focus on Single Objective:  Focus on Single Objective
  11. 11. Use Short and Simple Modules:  Make it easy for employees to assimilate complex laws.
  12. 12. State Relevant Case Studies and Scenarios:  Enables retention of the knowledge for a longer period of time.
  13. 13. Involve the Participants  Interactivities like quizzes, situation analysis, games engage participants in the learning process.
  14. 14. Give Clear Do’s and Don’ts  Acts as an easy reference material useful to refresh knowledge.
  15. 15. Conclusion: Well thought out designing of legal compliance training ensures that employees adhere to the rules and regulations keeping themselves and their organization safe.

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