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HR Learning Center LLC is a full-service HR employment law training and consulting firm specializing in HR Training, drafting of employee handbooks and conducting workplace investigations. HR Learning Center provides HR Seminars and HR Webinars on a wide range of workplace, human resource and employment law issues including HR Compliance Training, Sexual and Unlawful Harassment Prevention Training, FMLA/ADA Training, FLSA Training and Training on creating legally compliant employment law policies including social media policies . Included in our HR Training is everything an employer needs to know regarding the federal and state employment discrimination laws. HR Learning Center offers you a high level of expertise in HR Training and employment law training. This high level of expertise combined with our dedication to personal service throughout the training process distinguishes HR Learning Center and ensures that the entire process is customized to meet your individual HR Training needs.

Your managers and employees will rave about our engaging, interactive and informative employment law HR Training seminars and HR Training Webinars. In addition to on-site employment law training and HR training seminars for managers and employees and one-on-one manager on-site training, HR Learning Center also offers live on-line HR Training Webinars and live on-line employment law Webinars. HR Learning Center also provides drafting and review of employment law policies and employee handbooks. In addition, HR Learning Center conducts workplace investigations involving claims of sexual harassment and discrimination.

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In 2008, the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (“EEOC”) reported that 13,867 sexual harassment charges were filed nationwide which resulted in. $47.4 million dollars in liability for U.S. companies...

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Incidents of workplace violence are on the rise nationwide yet most companies do not have workplace violence prevention strategies in place. Companies can and should protect themselves.

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Employers often find themselves overwhelmed when dealing with leave of absence issues. The situation is further complicated by legalistic laws such as the FMLA and ADA which...

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