Posted by : Gavin Altus on | Jan 21 2016 |

Australia’s leading expert in online compliance training, Learning Seat, is proud to announce the release of its new compliance training product called Law at Work. Scott Deane, Learning Seat CEO, comments on the launch: “I am very proud of what we have achieved with the development of Law at Work. This suite of products will provide our clients with the very best and most innovative online compliance training available. It also means Learning Seat now provide their clients with a choice of 3 distinct compliance suite offerings (Compliance Essentials, The S.A.F.E. Files and Law at Work) to ensure every personal taste and business requirement in training is catered for.”Law at Work was developed following extensive research which included a Compliance Focus Group of HR Directors, Legal Counsel, Learning and Development Consultants and People and Culture Managers. The suite offers a comprehensive and legally compliant training solution to Australian businesses.Law at Work covers topics such as:• Health and Safety• Sexual Harassment• Bullying• Equal Opportunity in Employment• Electronic Communications and Social Media• Privacy• Consumer Law• Misleading and Deceptive Conduct• Competition LawLaw at Work was developed in partnership with leading Australian law firm Lander & Rogers.More information about Law at Work is available on the Learning Seat website: www.learningseat.com.au/law-at-work/ For media enquiries, please contact Learning Seat Marketing on (03) 8306 1726.About Learning SeatLearning Seat is an award winning e-learning company based in Melbourne, Australia. More than 500 organisations across Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific have implemented Learning Seat solutions. These include over 300 online compliance and professional development courses, custom e-learning course development services and a learning management system. Learning Seat is Australia’s largest provider of online compliance training. Learning Seat is jointly owned by Wingate and The Riverside Company. See more at:

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