5 Lessons Learnt From a Failure in Compliance Training

As CEO of Learning Seat, a priority for me is to build and maintain a healthy, safe and productive workplace culture. To me the benefits are obvious: it creates a more enjoyable place to work, which leads to higher retention rates and productivity.

And it’s important that employees understand that they have a role and responsibilities in achieving this too.

Unfortunately, far too often I read in the media about companies coming under investigation for unhealthy workplace cultures, or being subjected to financial penalties that amount to thousands – and in some cases millions – of dollars in damages.

Legal cases that have made headlines over the past few years make clear to me the sad reality that unacceptable and unlawful behaviour continues to take place in our organisations.

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