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New Hire HR Compliance Training

The University of Cincinnati is committed to providing a positive educational and work environment that recognizes and respects the rights and dignity of all students, faculty, and staff. Harassment of any form undermines this important commitment and is neither appropriate nor acceptable within the university community.

As part of our commitment to a safe and welcoming workplace, we are dedicated to providing Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Training on an on-going basis to all faculty, staff, and student workers.

In order to best serve the needs of our supervisors and employees, we are transitioning from our current online HR Compliance training program (Preventing Workplace Harassment), offered by WorkplaceAnswers, to a new program offered by LawRoom.  This transition takes effect April 1, 2014.

New UC faculty and staff will receive an email with a link directing them to this webpage to access the required course (see link below).

  • The email will be FROM: University of Cincinnati and will also say “admin@lawroom.com”
  • The email will include the link to https://el.lawroom.com/UC/login.asp
  • The SUBJECT will be: Required HR Compliance Training
eLawroom warning

NOTE: If you receive a security warning such as the one to the left, please click Yes to access the training.

Compliance Training for New Hires

The required trainings for New Hires include:

  • EDU: Stop Harassment and Discrimination
  • Eliminate Campus Sexual Violence
  • Supervisors: EDU: Supervisor Anti-Harassment

Existing faculty and staff will be assigned courses as appropriate to their roles and to meet federal and state requirements. Communications regarding courses for existing faculty and staff will be distributed in the near future.

If you have any questions about training assignments, please contact Evelyn Keenan, Leadership Development Coordinator at hrldrshp@ucmail.uc.edu

Questions or concerns regarding a matter of harassment or discrimination should be directed to oeohelp@uc.edu.

Thank you for your support and compliance in this important matter.