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your online solution to creating a safe, reputable and high performance workplace
Law at Work is a suite of online compliance courses covering organisation and worker responsibilities in relation to appropriate behaviour in the workplace.
Law at Work encourages behavioural change through the combination of immersive pictorial storytelling, established learning theories and traditional text-based knowledge building. All courses in the suite contain legally compliant content that was created in partnership with award-winning Australian law firm Lander & Rogers.
Change your workplace culture
We don’t just tick boxes; we work to positively change the culture of your workplace. This is achieved with:
- Emotional connections to human stories
- Real-world scenarios based on case law
- Character point-of-view insights
- Interactive decision points.
- Law at Work Health and Safety
- Law at Work Sexual Harassment
- Law at Work Bullying
- Law at Work Equal Opportunity in Employment
- Law at Work Electronic Communication and Social Media
- Law at Work Privacy
- Law at Work Consumer Law
- Law at Work Misleading and Deceptive Conduct
- Law at Work Competition Law
You’re in safe hands with the experts
Since 2001, Learning Seat has been the Australian leader in e-learning compliance training solutions. With 15 years of experience behind us, our team of in-house experts collaborate with our legal partners, Lander & Rogers, to produce comprehensive online compliance training solutions. Above all, we learn from our clients. For more than a decade we’ve listened to their views through:
- Focus groups
- Direct survey
- Seminars and events
- Webinars and training sessions
- Private consultation.
We are proud that HR Directors, Legal Counsel, Learning and Development Consultants and People and Culture Managers contributed to the design and delivery of Law at Work.
For more information about the Law at Work compliance training solution, fill in the form or call us on 1300 133 151.
Sources for statistics
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