Last weekend, my husband and I put together a sofa table that we recently purchased. When given the option to pay extra to have a professional assemble it for us, we scoffed, "Absolutely not! How hard can it be to put a sofa table together?"Read More
We’re all about data at True Office Learning, and that extends to the data generated by the millions of people across a wide range of industries who have taken our courses over the years. The decisions users make in response to our real-world scenarios reveal concrete trends regarding what knowledge employees bring to the course and where the universal gaps are.Read More
Carly Chasin, PhD is a manager of Instructional Design for OTS courses here at True Office Learning. She is responsible for overseeing and developing much of the world-class compliance training content that helps hundreds of organizations become more ethical.
2020 did not go the way I expected.
In my personal life, I adapted in ways big and small. My spare bedroom became a home office, my living room became a makeshift gym, and my twice-postponed 150-person country club wedding became a socially distant, 10-person beach affair.Read More
Starting January 1, 2021, The Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act (CANRA) will have new requirements for any employer operating within California. Per the updated act, there are two new groups that require additional training by law. True Office Learning will be releasing an adaptive, Scholar course to help customers meet these requirements for 2021.Read More
2020 has brought unique challenges to nearly every aspect of personal and professional life. This holiday season, employees may face unusual circumstances that they're not expecting or don't know how to navigate, which can put your organization at risk. Whether it's about staying healthy while returning to work, exchanging gifts and entertainment ethically, or how to minimize safety risks while enjoying holiday traditions.
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Originally published by Thrive Global, as part of their series "5 Steps We Must Take to Truly Create an Inclusive, Representative, and Equitable Society"
It isn’t fun to realize that you or someone you love has biases. It’s not an easy conversation to have with yourself or anyone else to acknowledge those biases and challenge them, but we simply don’t have a choice if we want to build a better world. Self-reflect: What are your biases? What does an equitable society mean for you? Ask the difficult questions: Why do you say that? Would you say the same if the person wasn’t ___? Do you know that you do ___ every time you come across a ___ person? Encourage others to do the same and welcome the uncomfortable conversations. It’s the only way to grow.Read More
A restaurant gift card was all that separated me from my strait-laced corporate image and an orange jumpsuit...
Okay, I am prone to drama, but jest aside, I was at risk of violating company policy and I didn’t even know it. The incident I am referring to happened prior to my role as a compliance practitioner who knew where to find our corporate policies – and that there may even be one relating to gifts and entertainment (aka business courtesies)!Read More