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Training is an ongoing need in every company and it’s a major responsibility! An effective training program is responsible for avoiding staggering expenses and injured workers, while also motivating and training your workforce to be the best in the industry - and that will have positive effects on every department in your company. For a limited time, you can get help developing a successful program with this FREE report, 7 Strategies for Effective Training!

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Video Training on Retaliation


"In yesterday’s Advisor, we watched a brief video on proper termination procedures for supervisors. Today, we look at another video on another key supervisory topic, plus we showcase an entire library of full-length videos that can help you train your supervisors on key HR topics."

Retaliation is now the leading basis for charges against employers. What should you be doing to avoid such charges?

In the latest Compliance Corner video blog from our sister publication, HR Daily Advisor, editor Stephen Bruce explains how to reduce your risk of a lawsuit.

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Need Videos for Your Supervisory Training?


"Finding engaging ways to train your supervisors can be a challenge. Why not try brief videos to get your message across? Today’s Advisor offers one example of a video on proper termination procedures."

A manager or supervisor who wants to terminate an employee should avoid taking hasty action. They should first determine whether there are any reasonable, less-drastic alternatives to firing the employee. But even if they’re sure termination is the best course of action, it’s generally better to let a group—including HR as well as other managers and/or legal advisors—make the final decision.

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Best Practices in Training: It’s Personal


"Today’s Advisor reports on the personal approach to training taken by one successful company throughout its long history."

Training has been a priority for McCarthy Building Companies, Inc., throughout its 150-year history. In fact, the commercial construction company states on its website that “learning is at the core of everything we do.”

McCarthy was recently recognized for its training efforts as a Training magazine Top 125 Best Practice Award recipient for the fourth consecutive year. McCarthy ranked sixth on the prestigious list this year—highest among construction companies—and received a special award for its change management and technology initiatives. This is the third year in a row that the firm has placed in the top 10.

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4 More Best Practices for Safety Training


"In yesterday’s Advisor, we went over Cal/OSHA’s first five safety training recommendations. Today, we go over their last four tips—plus, we explore a dynamic, ready-to-use resource for conducting effective toolbox training in 7 minutes!"
To reiterate: Training is a vital part of your safety program, it may be required by specific standards that apply to your workplace, and it can provide a natural environment for communication between management and employees about safety and health issues.

But not all safety training will accomplish these ends. Badly planned, poorly executed training may do more harm than good if it fails to convey necessary information or leads to misunderstandings between management and workers.

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Could You Use 9 Best Practices for Your Safety Training?


"In today’s and tomorrow’s Advisors, we report on nine recommendations for safety training success from Cal/OSHA, California’s occupational safety and health agency."

Training is a vital part of your safety program, it may be required by specific standards that apply to your workplace, and it can provide a natural environment for communication between management and employees about safety and health issues.

But not all safety training will accomplish these ends. Badly planned, poorly executed training may do more harm than good if it fails to convey necessary information or leads to misunderstandings between management and workers.

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