Training & Development Practice Group

Our team is a resource for in-house counsel, human resources professional and business management teams looking to develop strategies and trainings that foster compliance and promote a productive workplace.

All of NFC’s instructor-led training programs can lead to a more successful business environment by developing the client’s knowledge and skill-set and teaching critical strategies to avoid situations that lead to problems in the workplace or to litigation. 

All programs are interactive and can be done on-site or remotely.

  • Preventing workplace harassment & discrimination
  • Combatting unconscious bias
  • Building employee inclusion
  • Diversity, equity & inclusion
  • Investigating allegations of workplace harassment
  • Hiring dos & don’ts
  • Managing performance & effective disciplinary practices
  • Workplace violence prevention & response
  • Strategies for protecting confidential information & preventing employee raiding
  • Business ethics
  • Effectively coordinating leaves of absence
  • Disability laws, HIPAA, wage & hour compliance


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