5 Tips To Make Compliance Training Work

| November 25, 2018

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Compliance training is a challenging task to pull. Employee engagement can be low and if training is not effective, there's always the risk of not preventing a breach. In this article, I'll share 5 tips on how to create a highly effective compliance training plan.When it comes to compliance, everyone wants training programs to be effective in preventing the next breach. Be it sexual harassment, GDPR or more focused regulations, there is a need for employees to fully comply with the rules and procedures. Although the rules are usually written in a "legal language", you should aim for a very practical goal – employees should be able to follow the procedures in their daily work. Nevertheless, in many organizations, compliance training is not providing a set of practical tools that can be memorized and acted upon. In many cases, you may see a simple "sign-off" process. Well, here are a few tips that can make compliance training work and be highly effective, totally engaging, and very practical.

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