Survive and Thrive - Avoiding Compliance Training Fatigue in RTW

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Are you up and ready to return to the workplace?

Scenario: The CDC has dropped its mask mandate and social distancing guidelines. Your CEO says he wants plans for returning to the workplace (RTW) from each department head in one week. You are in the middle of evaluating your compliance training program, which for the past year has been virtual and remote, and you push to the back burner to get ready to return to the office. One day into that See more +

Are you up and ready to return to the workplace?

Scenario: The CDC has dropped its mask mandate and social distancing guidelines. Your CEO says he wants plans for returning to the workplace (RTW) from each department head in one week. You are in the middle of evaluating your compliance training program, which for the past year has been virtual and remote, and you push to the back burner to get ready to return to the office. One day into that project, you get an email from the CEO who says he wants compliance training to be updated for RTW and, by the way, make it more exciting and relevant.

You call HR and ask if there have been any training evaluation surveys, and it turns out there have not been any, so you don’t know where the CEO’s comment came from.

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