Food Safety Training
From growers to distributors, food safety problems make people sick and cost companies millions of dollars. Training helps stop a food safety issue before it starts. This month we released two new courses to help employees in the food industry learn how to ensure the food they prepare is safe for consumption.
The first new course, "Food Handling Safety" demonstrates safe work practices for those who handle food at work. The course covers person hygiene, handwashing, preventing cross-contamination, and sanitization. The course provides a clear and consistent understanding of techniques for employees to prevent foodborne illness and ensure cleanliness in work areas and with customers.
The second new course, "Food Handling Safety HACCP: Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in the Food Industry," educates those in the food industry on how to use HACCP standards to improve food safety at all points in the food processing system. The course starts by providing the history and background on HACCP, and then continues to show how to develop a HACCP plan. The course covers hazards, CCP's, limits, monitoring, corrective actions, verification, and recordkeeping.
For more information on both courses, click here.
Reduce Workplace Anxiety & Stress
The conditions of the past year "have triggered an epidemic of burnout and left many employees struggling to cope," per a recent MIT Sloan Management Review article. Furthermore, the article reports from a survey of employees "76% indicated that companies should be doing more to protect workers' mental health." This month we released three new titles to help employers support their teams with health and wellness training.
The three new titles include:
Reduce Workplace Anxiety
Fitness And Wellness
Offer these types of training courses to help reduce stress and anxiety in the workplace and encourage healthy habits.
For a full list of health and wellness courses, click here.
EEOC Compliance Training
This month we released two new titles to help employers stay compliant with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) mandates.
First, "The Equal Pay Act Made Simple" helps employers comply with the Equal Pay Act (EPA), while also improving employee morale and increasing the level of talent in their organization. Opening by explaining each type of employment compensation addressed by the EPA, this course then shows how to determine if jobs are substantially equal. This course guides learners in their ability to stay compliant with the EPA, incorporate merit-based earnings and incentive systems, and conduct proper documentation.
The second new course, "Gender Identity Harassment In The Workplace," teaches leaders how to prevent this type of workplace discrimination and harassment while cultivating a more productive and efficient workplace. This course defines gender identity discrimination then illustrates how and when employers violate employees' rights. This course ensures awareness of the harmful consequences of failing to comply with the EEOC mandates, as well as the benefits prompted when the company is fully compliant.
For a full list of courses related to EEOC compliance, click here.