Unpacking New York Anti-Sexual Harassment Training Needs
LRN's Jen Farthing is featured in the November issue SCCE's Compliance & Ethics Professional magazine. In her article, she unpacks the New York Anti-Sexual Harassment training requirements. Read more.
To Tackle Gray Areas, Train Employees to Do the Right Thing - Article in Chief Learning Officer
To avoid workplace scandal, companies must move away from “check the box” training and toward corporate learning that encourages ethical behavior. Here are a few ways companies can do just that.
Pregnancy Discrimination: Is Your Organization Prepared?
Recent headlines and chronicles of widespread discrimination against pregnant women in the workforce bring to light stories of inequitable treatment during pregnancy that is rarely talked about but...
Make a Conscious Change to Battle Unconscious Biases
Over the past few weeks, the aftermath of the “Incident at Starbucks” has had a catalyzing effect on the organization, which prompted it to publicly recommit to its core values, its social...
New York Companies Will Have to Provide Anti-Sexual Harassment Training: What Kind of Training Will Really Work?
New York City and New York State legislation will require companies, even very small ones, to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees. This probably has a lot of business...
Trust is at an all-time low. Gradations of fear and confusion are distracting us—at the workplace, in our government, in our schools, and at home. At LRN, we’re seeing an uptick in calls for...
Breaking My Silence #silencebreakers
The day I added #metoo to my social media presence, I started to consider LRN’s course curriculum on preventing sexual harassment. As the head of Education at LRN, I assessed that we had a variety...
LRN’s Inspiring Journey at Fast Company’s Innovation Festival
This week I had the pleasure of hosting a number of our Partners as we took part in the LRN journey of Fast Company’s Innovation Festival, a two-day track of captivating talks and exclusive visits...