Clearing Through the Maze of State Harassment Training Requirements

California State Law 1825 has caused a conundrum for compliance training professionals since it was introduced back in 2007.  While the idea of training every supervisor on preventing workplace harassment is a noble cause, mandating two-hours of training might not the most effective solution to achieving our desired learning goal. The situation gets even more complicated for national companies with …

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Interactive Services showcases new Compliance Learning Center in New York

This past week, Interactive Services hosted a working breakfast for compliance and learning professionals at the Irish Consulate of New York. The event, co-sponsored by Enterprise Ireland, brought together learning and compliance leaders from firms such as Morgan Stanley, Tiffany & Co and MasterCard. The breakfast was an opportunity for participants to share what’s working at their firms and address …

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Learning Technologies Award 2015: Interactive Services Announced as a Finalist!

[su_column size=”7″ class=”blogpost-cols”]This week, the LPI (Learning and Performance Institute) announced the list of finalists chosen for the 2015 Learning Awards. Interactive Services in partnership with Thomson Reuters, has been selected as a finalist in the category of Learning Technologies.[/su_column] The LPI runs the Learning Awards annually to recognize outstanding examples of high standards, best practice, innovation and excellence in …

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Interactive Services’ Blended Learning Presentation Gets Record Attendance at Masie!

On October 26th, Elliott Masie’s Learning 2014 conference kicked off in Orlando, Florida. Almost 1,700 people converged on the event to discuss and learn about a vast range of learning and development topics. Elliott Masie himself described the event as “an intense three-and-a-half days of engagement, content, context, community, entertainment, friendship, challenges and new experiences!” Interactive Services and Thomson Reuters …

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