Corporate & HR Services
Studies have suggested that up to 50% of individuals have at least a small amount of misleading or inflated content in their resumes. Omissions can be just as dishonest as outright false statement. Did your candidate actually complete the educational study listed, work for previous employers, inflate previous job titles or provide bogus references. The employer & employee relationship is built on trust; however, that trust is breached once it is discovered that the employer hired an employee who submitted a fictitious resume.
Reporting slogans such as “see something say something” exist relative to crime and general misconduct. What are your expectations of an employee adhering to such a slogan who may have violated the initial employer employee trust contract?
Your Corporation expects the highest integrity of its employees in order to maintain the public’s confidence in the accomplishments of your organization. Your corporation deserves an exceptional workforce & your workforce deserves exceptional leaders.
LGI can also provide corporate executives or their loved ones a security plan with insightful passport and visa information, lost or stolen travel document re-issuance guidance and travel advisories relative to their intended international travels.
LGI can provide corporate executives with protection details, travel advisories, security surveys and employee mandated reporting requirements of pilferage attempts from your corporation. LGI can also provide US companies & corporate executives with anti-bribery corruption training and how to detect competitive recruitment and surveillance detrimental to your organization.
LGI can develop and implement a best practice anti corruption modular designed to identify & mitigate employee misconduct risks and provide such training and consultation to your domestic and international employees. Additionally, LGI can provide reporting misconduct training and annual ethics presentations to your various corporate components.
PREVENTION OF SEXUAL HARRASSMENT
Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII applies to employers with 15 or more employees; including employment agencies, labor organizations, local and state governments, as well as the Federal government. If a corporation knew or should have known of a harassing conduct, they are liable for the actions of: management officials, employees and non-employees (contractors).
In 2018, a major corporation removed a CEO for consensual fraternization with a co-worker. Therefore, think of the liability consequences and impacts for a corporation involved in the unwelcome offensive behavior of harassment or hostile work environment. LGI can develop and/or reinforce your organizations commitment to a workplace free of sexual harassment with an annual prevention of sexual harassment training modular.