Programs

Online Training

Emtrain’s interactive online training programs go beyond check-the-box compliance training to deliver the industry’s most engaging and authentic learning experience. With cinematic video scenarios, integrated expert Q&A, and a focus on practical guidance for employees, Emtrain programs are designed to change behavior.

To simplify deployment for you, our programs are accessible on any phone, tablet, or computer, and never require Flash or other plugins that conflict with your company’s security policies or technology infrastructure. And because they’re built on our new flexible content architecture, Emtrain programs also offer you an unprecedented level of customization.

People Operations

Preventing Workplace Harassment

Workplace harassment is not just a legal issue—it’s a workplace issue that can dramatically impact culture, hiring, retention and financial performance. While training learners on the legal concepts related to harassment based on gender and other protected categories, this program goes on to give learners practical tools they can apply in today’s workplace to spot…

International Workplace Harassment Training

This course teaches employees to recognize the kind of conduct that frequently forms the basis of harassment claims but is seldom recognized as unlawful. This course helps employees understand what harassment is, and how to practically and effectively avoid conduct that could lead to harassment situations. Employees will also learn about warning signs for workplace…

Canada Workplace Harassment Training

This program is designed to satisfy mandated training requirements in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia and includes engaging video scenarios and practical manager checklists and guidance.  It teaches employees about bullying, harassment, and violence within the workplace and practical, effective strategies to maintain a respectful workplace. This program also guides learners to review and acknowledge…

Code of Conduct

Your Code of Conduct is more than a set of rules—it’s a statement and a concrete commitment to a set of business conduct standards that supports your mission, values, and culture. But even the best Code won’t support a healthy workplace culture if employees see it as some relic that that is just trotted out…

Unconscious Bias Training

At any given moment, our brains are receiving 11 million pieces of information. We can only consciously process about 40 of those pieces. To process the rest, we rely on our subconscious, which helps us filter information by taking mental shortcuts. Unconscious bias refers to the information, attitudes, and stereotypes that inform our subconscious information-processing…

Diversity Training

Diversity is a fact of life in today’s workplace. Some stakeholders see it as a way to foster positive co-worker relationships and a reflection of organizational values. Others see it as a practical necessity for high performing teams—and financial success for the organization. Mere lip service to diversity is not enough. Even the most ardent…

Discrimination Training

Federal contractors and subcontractors need to take affirmative action to ensure that all individuals have an equal opportunity for employment, pursuant to Executive Order 11246, Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Vietnam Era Veterans Readjustment Assistance Act of 1974 (VEVRAA). Violations of these directives can result in steep penalties for affected…

Affirmative Action Training

Federal contractors and subcontractors are required to recruit and advance qualified minorities, women, persons with disabilities, and covered veterans. Employers with written Affirmative Action Plans must implement them, keep them on file, and update them annually. Managers who understand the basics of your Affirmative Action Plan help to ensure that your organization will continue to…

ADA Training

Managers and employees often struggle to understand how to apply legal standards and protections afforded persons with disabilities. Making matters worse, this is one area that not only creates legal risk—it is one where a misstep can hurt your culture, credibility, and brand. In 2008, The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) was amended to broaden…

Interview Training

Hiring great people and building great teams are essential skills for every manager. That makes it critically important for managers to understand how to conduct an effective interview. Managers want to make good hiring decisions—but rarely receive training on how to effectively interview candidates. This course is designed to give employees involved in hiring the…

Hiring Restrictions

Few things are as important to an organization’s health and performance as finding and hiring the right people. The problem is often that hiring managers simply do not look at or understand the hiring lifecycle—from defining job requirements, to the recruiting, interviewing, the application processes, and even job offers. Hiring managers that fail to understand…

Lawful Employee Termination Training

Terminating employment—like hiring—is a baked in part of managing people and organizations, but it is also difficult, unpleasant and a particular challenge to less experienced managers. The decision to terminate an employee sets in motion a number of duties of the employer to handle the termination the right way. Managers should shepherd a process that…

Performance Management Training

In today’s workplace, managing teams’ personal and organizational goals is not an easy task. Too often employees are promoted into management positions with little training or guidance. Some managers thrive when thrown into the mix like this, some tread water, and others flounder badly. Many managers don’t realize it’s their job to coach, give feedback,…

FLSA Training

Wage and hour laws govern how employees are paid and represent a significant legal and brand risk for employers that don’t understand the ins and out of both state and federal laws. From a financial perspective, employers can be held liable under federal law for up to six times the amount of wages wrongfully withheld—and…

Drug and Alcohol Awareness Training

The workplace statistics on the impact in the workplace of drug and alcohol use is staggering: 47% of serious workplace accidents and 40% of workplace accidents resulting in fatalities have drug or alcohol involvement The use of alcohol or drugs accounts for 38% to 50% of all workers’ compensation claims More than 90% of alcoholics…

Workplace Safety Training

While OSHA and other applicable laws require employers to provide a safe workplace, workplace safety is more than just a legal matter. A safe workplace increases employee satisfaction, enhances performance, limits liability, and avoids costly conflict and distraction. The first line of defense against workplace injuries—the first step in creating a healthy workplace and safety-aware…

Workplace Violence Prevention Training

Workplace violence is a problem for workers and employers of staggering scale. From an employee’s point of view, 500,000 employees impacted by workplace violence lose 1,175,000 work days and $55 million in lost wages. From an employer’s point of view, workplace violence is a business and financial challenge. Workplace violence costs companies $121 billion every…

Business Compliance

Code of Conduct

Your Code of Conduct is more than a set of rules—it’s a statement and a concrete commitment to a set of business conduct standards that supports your mission, values, and culture. But even the best Code won’t support a healthy workplace culture if employees see it as some relic that that is just trotted out…

FCPA Training

Bribery and corruption cost the world economy more than $1 trillion U.S. dollars a year. They distort markets, impact emerging economies, and cost companies millions in fines, penalties and investigation costs every year. Too often employees mistakenly believe that bribery and corruption always involve suitcases of money and grand schemes to corrupt foreign governments, when…

Antitrust Training

Today’s legal and business environments make training on antitrust and competition laws more important than ever. In the last five years, the U.S. Department of Justice and European Commission have levied billions of dollars in fines and penalties – bringing new focus to antitrust issues in the workplace. To employees, competition laws are broad and…

Conflicts of Interest

Conflicts of interest have become a fact of life as work and personal lives become more intertwined. In this digital age, conflicts of interest have become much more visible—impacting your workplace culture, reputation, and brand. That makes it more important than ever for learners to understand and address real and potential conflicts of interest  

Insider Trading Training

Insider trading is a crime—and an insidious threat to the operation, reputation, and culture of your organization. From a financial perspective, insider trading represents a legal risk with the potential for significant fines and penalties, the loss of important leaders in the organization who may be fired or imprisoned, and lengthy, disruptive, and expensive investigations.…

Cyber Security Training

In today’s workplace, cyber security is important to more than just your IT team or technologists. It impacts your organization’s business, clients, brand, and reputation. And for many organizations, one significant cyber security breach can literally put the entire organization at risk. That’s why every employee needs a basic primer on common cyber threats and…

HIPAA Training

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) is a complicated set of statutory and regulatory requirements that govern how protected health information is created, accessed, stored, and transmitted. HIPAA is a critical topic for many employers because violations of HIPAA can lead to highly disruptive and expensive investigations, fines and litigation expenses. But beyond…

FACTA Training

The growth of electronic and internet-based records has given employees access to sensitive customer personal and financial data. It has also dramatically increased the risk that this information could be leaked or stolen—and used by identity thieves. The Red Flags Rule is based on the Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA) of 2003 and…

People Skills

Preventing Workplace Harassment

Workplace harassment is not just a legal issue—it’s a workplace issue that can dramatically impact culture, hiring, retention and financial performance. While training learners on the legal concepts related to harassment based on gender and other protected categories, this program goes on to give learners practical tools they can apply in today’s workplace to spot…

International Workplace Harassment Training

This course teaches employees to recognize the kind of conduct that frequently forms the basis of harassment claims but is seldom recognized as unlawful. This course helps employees understand what harassment is, and how to practically and effectively avoid conduct that could lead to harassment situations. Employees will also learn about warning signs for workplace…

Canada Workplace Harassment Training

This program is designed to satisfy mandated training requirements in Ontario, Quebec and British Columbia and includes engaging video scenarios and practical manager checklists and guidance.  It teaches employees about bullying, harassment, and violence within the workplace and practical, effective strategies to maintain a respectful workplace. This program also guides learners to review and acknowledge…

Code of Conduct

Your Code of Conduct is more than a set of rules—it’s a statement and a concrete commitment to a set of business conduct standards that supports your mission, values, and culture. But even the best Code won’t support a healthy workplace culture if employees see it as some relic that that is just trotted out…

Unconscious Bias Training

At any given moment, our brains are receiving 11 million pieces of information. We can only consciously process about 40 of those pieces. To process the rest, we rely on our subconscious, which helps us filter information by taking mental shortcuts. Unconscious bias refers to the information, attitudes, and stereotypes that inform our subconscious information-processing…

Coaching and Mentoring Training

Labor costs are always among the biggest investments employers make—and in many industries, it is the single biggest line item on the budget. That makes wisely managing and developing this resource essential in today’s business environment. Coaching and mentoring is often a critical step in bringing new hires onboard and acclimatizing them to your culture,…

Conflict Resolution Training

Like it or not, some degree of conflict is part of the human condition—and a part of every workplace situation. Workplace conflict may reflect personalities, high performance, high-pressure work environments, or start with factors outside the workplace. Managers often rely on common sense or their own experience to manage workplace conflicts. However, organizations—and employees—often benefit…

Interview Training

Hiring great people and building great teams are essential skills for every manager. That makes it critically important for managers to understand how to conduct an effective interview. Managers want to make good hiring decisions—but rarely receive training on how to effectively interview candidates. This course is designed to give employees involved in hiring the…

Communication Training

Communication is the lifeblood of every organization—and is often the difference between high-performance and average teams. It’s also a challenge in a global business environment that moves fast, cutting face to face conversations short and more often relying on email, messaging, and other forms of electronic communication.  

Employee Motivation Training

Motivation is the secret ingredient that energizes, maintains, and enhances workplace performance. Strategically, a motivated workforce is more likely to innovate, achieve goals, deliver quality work, and work more productively. Practically, a motivated workforce is less likely to have conflict, absenteeism, and turnover. That makes learning how to motivate your workforce more important than ever…

Delivering Outstanding Customer Service To Co-workers Training

In today’s business environment, the health and success of companies are often measured by the rate at which they bring in and retain new customers. That makes the customer experience and customer service a critical component in every high-performing team. Many organizations have also recognized that customer service principals are critical to purely internal operations.…