HR Compliance Training

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Whether in a union or nonunion workplace, making sure that supervisors understand how to make certain that day-to-day decisions do not violate the law or ethical standards is critical. At least one federal court has held that "leaving managers with hiring authority in ignorance of the basic features of the laws is an extraordinary mistake for a company to make. To mitigate civil penalties and criminal liability, employers must have standards and procedures in place to prevent and detect wrongdoing, including mandatory training for managers and supervisors.

EANJ training sessions, LIVE and delivered at your facility or conducted online, exceed compliance standards by involving supervisors in a truly interactive learning experience delivered conveniently at your location.  Topics include:

General HR Law Topics:

  • Complying with EEOC Guidelines
  • Harassment at Work
  • Implementing the Family and Medical Leave Act
  • Managing Leave of Absence: FMLA, FLA, ADA, NJLAD
  • Sex and Gender Harassment
  • Implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Understanding the Fair Labor Standards Act
  • Understanding the National Labor Relations Act
  • Understanding the NJ Whistleblower Law
  • Form I9 Compliance

General Supervision Topics:

  • Interviewing
  • Performance Appraisals
  • Diversity/Team Building
  • Communications
  • Conflict Resolution
  • Ethical Workplace

Recommended class size: No more than 35 supervisors.

Costs start at $990 for 1-hour session, $1,250 per 2-hour session and $1,550 per 3-hour session.  EANJ will develop and deliver customized training to meet your needs and budget consistent with compliance standards.  Spanish interpretation available for additional fee.  For more information, please contact Amy Vazquez at


Robin Ross
Robin Ross
Andree Laney
Andree Laney
Chris D'Marco
Chris D'Marco
Amy Vazquez

Amy Vazquez


Presentations are solely for general informational purposes and do not constitute legal advice or opinion.  Nor are they designed to either directly or indirectly persuade employees concerning their organizing or bargaining rights, or to assist employers to avoid a labor union or to remain union-free.