Compliance Essentials

QAR 99

       Compliance: the word that brings fear to managers’ minds. But compliance in the workplace isn’t only mandatory – it’s vital. It helps you align with rules and guidelines that protect both the business itself, and the employees’ well-being. Failing to comply with regulations can lead to fines, and can even damage your brand reputation.

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    Equality and Diversity
    Sexual Harassment
    Fire Safety Awareness
    Drug and Alcohol Abuse
    Anti- Bribery Practices and much more...

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    Module 1 :Equality and Diversity

           In the present day, the aims of equality and diversity in the workplace remain simple: to ensure that everyone has access to the same opportunities and the same fair treatment. We all deserve to work in an environment free from discrimination, harassment, victimization, and bullying, but all businesses aren’t made equal. In order for teams to successfully work together, effective equality and diversity management in the workplace must not only be applied, but valued.
    Topic's covered :
            What is meant by equality and diversity
            What the benefits of equality and diversity are
            How to promote equality and diversity in the workplace
    Module 2 :Sexual Harassment

           Sexual harassment certainly isn’t an easy subject to bring up, but it’s a serious issue that shouldn’t be avoided. Workplaces of all kinds need to adopt a zero-tolerance policy from the start, and ensure that the details of which are communicated clearly to all staff. Harassment can happen to anyone and involves any unwelcome verbal, visual, or physical conduct of a sexual nature that affects working conditions or creates a hostile working environment.
    Topic's covered :
            What is meant by sexual harassment
            What the various categories of harassment are
            How to prepare for and respond effectively to incidents of harassment

    Module 3 :Fire safety Awareness

           Everyone can be at risk in the event of a fire. But, with proper training, employees can eliminate fire hazards and respond quickly and efficiently if a fire ever does break out in a place of work.
    Topic's covered :
            How to recognize fire hazards
            How to prevent fire incidents in the workplace
            How to respond in the event of a fire
    Module 4 :Drug and Alcohol Abuse

           Drug and alcohol abuse by employees is a serious issue, and one that can cause many problems for both the individual and the business itself. From emotional turmoil, to lost productivity, it can also result in injuries and an increase in health insurance claims.
    Topic's covered :
            What drug and alcohol misuse in the workplace means
            How to implement techniques for managing drug and alcohol misuse at work
    Module 5 :Anti- Bribery Practices

           Bribery in the workplace involves an employee or associated person accepting or issuing a bribe in order to gain a business advantage for either themselves or their organization. It’s more common than you might think and can be used by individuals to achieve targets and business deals which they might not be able to achieve through normal business conduct. For example, an employee might issue a bribe to another member of staff in order to gain a promotion there weren’t legitimately in the running for.
    Topic's covered :
            What bribery means, including who can be responsible
            How to spot the signs that bribery might be taking place
            How to reduce the risk of bribery and corruption in the workplace

    Module 6: Anti- Money Laundering

           As organizations increase in size and complexity, the opportunities for money laundering grow too. At the same time, regulators are becoming more watchful. In recent years, they’ve imposed penalties that ran into the billions. They even ordered companies closed. The risks of AML noncompliance have never been greater.
    Topic's covered :
           What the risks of money laundering are
           What the key components of an AML program are
           What strategies and practices to implement AML exist
    Module 7: Active Shooter

           No one wants to think about a tragedy happening in their workplace. The possibility is distinctly uncomfortable, so talking about what you might do is difficult. The unfortunate truth is that these tragedies do happen, and being unprepared because you don’t want to think about them is the worst approach to take

           How to identify an active-shooter incident
           What the key steps of an active-shooter response strategy are
           How to prepare a planned response to a potential incident
           How to prevent active shooter incidents
    Module 8: Code of Conduct- Working Well with Everyone

           A simple, well-written code of conduct helps everyone understand company values, and the ways people should work together. It doesn’t need to be complex, it just puts everyone on the same page. But it has valuable benefits. For employees it eliminates uncertainty and mistakes; for a company it guards against the risk of misconduct.
    Topic's covered :
           What the benefits of a code of conduct are
           What can go wrong in the absence of a code
           How to utilize hints and tips for drafting an effective code
    Module 9: Whistleblowing

           To blow the whistle on a company is a big step and comes with a lot of pitfalls. Some things justify whistleblowing, others are more suited to internal resolution. There are certain disclosures that are protected by the law, others that are not. It can be an intimidating process, even when an employee is trying to do the right thing.
           What whistleblowing is and who can be protected when they do it
           Why someone might blow the whistle
           What the common steps in the whistleblowing process are
    Module 10: Conflict of Interest

           Creating an environment that’s open about its definition of conflicts of interest and being clear about how to manage them when they arise, will help reduce the risks. The safest approach is to have a process in place to handle conflicts of interest, which will allow everyone to work together more securely.
           What the risks involved in a conflict of interest are
           How to put a process about conflicts of interest in place
           What the best practices for managing a conflict are
    Module 11: Whistleblowing- The Business Version

           When an employee draws attention to serious wrongdoing that could potentially impact others, it’s known as whistleblowing. Whistleblowing allows organizations to address concerns, learn from mistakes, and protect stakeholders and the public. If you’re the person who an employee reports their concerns to, it can seem intimidating. And you may struggle to know how to respond.
           The difference between grievances and compliance concerns
           How to support a whistleblowing employee
           The importance of protecting whistleblowers from retaliation
           The role internal investigations play in responding to whistleblowing
    Module 12: Drug & Alcohol Abuse- Employee Version

           Everyone can experience problems with substance abuse and addiction. It’s a medical problem that can impact all areas of a person’s life, including their job. For people experiencing substance abuse, it can be difficult to understand and accept that they need help. It can also feel intimidating to consider informing their employer.
           What alcohol or substance abuse is and how it can impact your performance – and that of your colleagues – in the workplace
           How your employer could handle employee drug or alcohol abuse
           How to speak to your employer about substance abuse and recovery
    Module 13 :Fire Warden: Roles & Responsibility

           Fire wardens are designated people who have the responsibility of implementing a workplace fire safety plan. But what exactly do they do, and how do they help to keep workplaces safe? Well, this course has the answers.
    Topic's covered :
            The day-to-day roles and responsibilities of a workplace fire warden
            The responsibilities of a fire warden in the event of a fire
            How fire wardens help improve fire safety in the workplace
    Module 14 :Environmental, Social & Corporate Governance (ESG)

           Environmental, Social, and Corporate Governance, or ESG, criteria help people use their money to match their values. There’s growing interest in ESG from investors, governments, corporates, and individuals in society. And it’s not enough to have a good ESG plan; companies must be seen to act. This course will show you how.
    Topic's covered :
            The 3 aspects of ESG: Environmental, Social, and Governance
            4 different perspectives on ESG
            How to support your organization’s ESG policy

    Module 15 :Compliance in Recruitment

           Discrimination is never acceptable. It also prevents organizations from attracting and identifying the best candidates. You and your organization need to ensure your approach to recruitment is always inclusive. That means considering every step, from where you’re advertising to the questions you ask candidates. There’s a lot to consider. But ensuring your recruitment processes are compliant is the 1st step toward creating a workplace with a zero-tolerance approach to discrimination.
    Topic's covered :
            What to consider when creating compliant job descriptions and ads
            How to overcome the negative impact that unconscious bias and discrimination can have on interview and selection processes
            The importance of ensuring references and background checks are used and obtained in a way that is respectful and appropriate
    Module 16 :The Basics of MBTI & Career Development

           Personalities. We’re constantly surrounded by different ones. Look around your workplace and you’ll likely see the quiet one, the loud one, the by-the-book one, and the one who likes to bend the rules. But do you know your INFJs from your ESTPs? If you’ve never heard of them, don’t worry. They’re examples of personality types from the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI). It’s a personality assessment, which can offer insights to help people better understand how they react to the world around them.
    Topic's covered :
            The 16 MBTI types
            Why a knowledge of your personality type is useful for career development
            How MBTI can enhance individuals and teams
    Module 17 :Return- to- Work Compliance

           Organizations need to strike a productive balance between supporting employees as they return to work and ensuring that future absences are kept to a minimum. This course will help you to look out for the best interests of your employees and your organization, to achieve the best outcome for all.
    Topic's covered :
            The importance of following a return-to-work process
            How to conduct return-to-work interviews with employees
            The role of risk assessments and reasonable adjustments in reducing further employee absences

    Module 18: Data Ownership: The Importance of Data Accuracy

           Any person or organization working with data in any capacity has a responsibility to make sure data is handled correctly and is accurate. Many countries even have regulations for the ownership of data and its accuracy, with strict penalties for getting it wrong. You might be wondering why it’s such a big deal. Well, this course will help explain why, and give your teams some tips to help them handle data responsibly.
    Topic's covered :
           The key reasons for needing to maintain accurate data
           Potential consequences for failing to maintain data accuracy
           Ways to handle data responsibly and maintain accuracy
    Module 19: Contractor Management

           It’s quite common nowadays to work with outsourced contractors. Companies often choose to outsource work because it can be beneficial for lots of reasons, including not being responsible for directly employing the individuals. However, that doesn’t mean your employees don’t have any responsibility toward the contractors or the outcome of their work.
           Consequences of not managing outsourced contractors effectively
           Helpful actions and behaviors for working with contractors
           Actions and behaviors to avoid when working with contractors
    Module 20: Managing Supply Chain Compliance

           Managing supply chain compliance is a challenging task and covers a wide range of concerns, such as human rights and data privacy. Fortunately, there are ways to reduce risk in the supply chain and improve compliance. This course will show your managers how.
           The scope of managing supply chain compliance
           Challenges in supply chain compliance management
           A 3-step process to improve supply chain compliance
    Module 21: Sexual Harassment - Employer Version

           Sexual harassment is always unacceptable. Nobody should have to work in a hostile environment in which they feel threatened or uncomfortable. But unfortunately, many people still experience sexual harassment in the workplace.
           How sexual harassment is defined and what the relevant legislation is
           How to respond appropriately to sexual harassment in the workplace
           The legal responsibilities of employers investigating sexual harassment complaints

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    Compliance Essentials

    QAR 99