ELI® Revises Flagship Civil Treatment® Programs

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ELI® announces the release of its newly revised Civil Treatment® for Managers (CTM) and Civil Treatment® for Employees (CTE) fair employment programs, which offer new approaches to topical exercises, current legal content, new retaliation modules, and updated video vignettes.

Our senior level managers were impressed with the level of detail provided in Civil Treatment® for Managers. They enjoyed the interactive nature of the program and felt this will definitely be valuable training for all our managers

ELI® announces the release of its newly revised Civil Treatment® for Managers (CTM) and Civil Treatment® for Employees (CTE) fair employment programs.

Based on ELI’s signature interactive learning methodology, the 2008 versions of ELI’s award-winning programs emphasize timely concerns in a fresh format. The programs offer new approaches to topical exercises; updated legal content, including the latest amendments to the Americans with Disabilities Act; streamlined facilitation and flow; current legal cases and reference materials; new retaliation modules; and updated video vignettes. In addition, the complete CT Toolkit® now comes standard with Civil Treatment® for Managers. This revised CTM includes a module that prepares managers to effectively incorporate the CT Toolkit® into their workplace, while the CT Toolkit® itself provides succinct, focused teaching modules that easily adapt to a variety of workplace environments. The 2008 revised Civil Treatment® programs continue ELI’s tradition of excellence by providing learning that makes a difference.

“This latest version of Civil Treatment® continues what our clients have told us is a vital mission. Communicating standards, dealing with emerging as well as longstanding workplace issues, and motivating people to professional behavior are what compliance is all about – and what our new Civil Treatment® program will continue to do,” said Stephen Paskoff, Esq., founder and President of ELI®.

ELI® Clients Provide Input Throughout Revisions Process
Through a series of interviews, client panel feedback sessions, and on-site pilots, ELI® identified these needs:

  • More emphasis on timely concerns, including retaliation, national origin, and sexual orientation
  • Updated scenarios displaying the real-life impact of workplace behavior
  • New and improved video vignettes
  • Updated legal cases and reference materials reflecting the current legal climate

Clients who participated in the pilots of the revised programs deem it a resounding success. “Our senior level managers were impressed with the level of detail provided in Civil Treatment® for Managers. They enjoyed the interactive nature of the program and felt this will definitely be valuable training for all our managers,” said one pilot participant.

ELI® will provide a range of options to give certified instructors opportunities to familiarize themselves with the revisions, including in-class update sessions and free webcasts that will explore the updates in detail. More information about these options can be found on the ELI® website: http://www.eliinc.com.

About ELI®
Founded in 1986, ELI® specializes in providing interactive classroom and online learning solutions and related services to help organizations build a legal, ethical workplace culture that fosters teamwork and minimizes risk. ELI’s award-winning curriculum focuses on changing behaviors and building skills to produce measurable outcomes. Headquartered in Atlanta, ELI® has worked with clients across a range of business sectors to give managers and employees practical skills for maintaining fair employment and ethical business practices. Representative clients include Georgia-Pacific, GlaxoSmithKline, Liz Claiborne, The Mayo Foundation, Nike, Partners Healthcare, Pfizer, Verizon Wireless, Wachovia, and Wyeth. For more information, visit the ELI® website at http://www.eliinc.com.

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