Compli expands training course offerings

Aug. 1, 2012
Compli has partnered with ethics and compliance training provider WeComply to provide Compli clients with unlimited access to a suite of WeComply training courses, with the purchase of a subscription plan

Compli has partnered with ethics and compliance training provider WeComply to provide Compli clients with unlimited access to a suite of WeComply training courses, with the purchase of a subscription plan.

“It’s important to point out that with this new subscription plan our clients will have unlimited use of the WeComply training library, meaning the more they use it, the better value they will receive.” said Lon Leneve, president of Compli. “This is a huge advantage because our clients won’t have to make a buying decision every time they want to provide an employee with WeComply’s trainings, and therefore more employees will be trained with more subjects addressed.”

The expanded library of training courses will further help employers keep workers current with HR and compliance practices while mitigating their own risk to exposure.

The entire library of attorney-authored WeComply training courses are now available from Compli, including those focused on human resources, general business, ethics, workplace, financial integrity, healthcare, and data privacy and security. For Compli clients, these trainings will be managed within the Compli platform, which will automatically keep a record of course activity inside each employee’s electronic personnel file for documentation purposes.

To learn more, visit www.compli.com/wecomply.

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