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Posts by Engage in Learning

Why Noise is a Risky Business

Did you know that more than 2 million people in the UK are exposed to levels of noise which may be harmful?

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Engage in Learning and the ‘Digital Marketplace’?

How Unconscious is your bias?

The coffee giant Starbucks was at the centre of a huge race relations row recently when two black customers were ejected from the store by […]

Engage in Learning Launches Learning Materials to Help Prevent Card Fraud

Some £58bn was spent via credit and debit cards in the UK in April last year - some 6.8 per cent more than was spent […]

Engage in Learning helps remove Unconscious Bias in dealing with others

To ensure that all workers give of their best in any and every situation, it’s important for their managers and colleagues to be completely – […]

Totara Social 3 released to improve the social learning experience

As platinum partners of Totara, we get super excited when we hear that they have just announced the release of Totara Social 3, the third […]

Seven benefits of GDPR for your organisation you may have missed

It's not all doom and gloom! The positive opportunities that can be created with General Data Protection Regulation compliance actually allow you to drive operational […]

GDPR training needs: ignorance will be no excuse...

The General Data Protection Regulation raises the bar for compliance, including a wider definition of personal data, tighter limits on its use and giving individuals more […]

GDPR explicitly requires staff training, yet many are still at risk.

The General Data Protection Regulation replaces the Data Protection Act on 25th May 2018 and explicitly requires all companies that deal with or collect personal […]

The General Data Protection Regulation has got HR feathers in a flap

All organisations handling personal data are currently quaking in their boots - you can literally hear their soles clacking! Okay, maybe it's not that bad, […]

What does modern slavery have to do with me and business compliance?

 

Safeguarding children in schools: statutory changes?

It's August (unless you're reading this in any other month of the year, in which case, "It was August!") which means that many educational institutions […]

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