Traliant Releases New Videos on Microaggressions, Bystander Intervention and Unconscious Bias

MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif., April 28, 2020 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Traliant, an innovator in online sexual harassment training, today released new episodes of its popular Sparks video series. The four new episodes cover (office version), and three specifically tailored for an industrial environment: microaggressions, bystander intervention and unconscious bias. Each video is about three minutes long.

"Our latest Sparks are a great way to raise awareness of potentially harassing and discriminatory behavior, whether intentional or unintentional, and get employees to talk about creating a more respectful, inclusive workplace," said Mike Pallatta, Traliant CEO and Co-Founder.

For more information, visit: Traliant Sparks.

Sparks are designed as vlogs (video blogs), with a host who talks directly to viewers in a conversational style that connects with a modern workforce. Mobile-optimized for smartphones or tablets, Sparks are easy to deploy on any LMS, providing HR teams a new way to keep workplace topics top of mind throughout the year and encourage employees to speak up about misconduct they may see or experience.

The Sparks video library covers a range of timely workplace topics such as consensual relationships, same-sex harassment, protection from retaliation, social-media behavior, protecting customer information, pregnancy discrimination and respectful communications. Sparks are available in versions for different work environments and new episodes are releases throughout the year.

About Traliant
Traliant was founded by industry veterans from some of the world's most successful compliance training companies to meet the challenge of transforming compliance training from boring to brilliant. Backed by Martinson Ventures, Traliant delivers award-winning, bite-sized compliance training on an eLearning platform that enables fast and easy customization. Courses are available on numerous workplace topics including Diversity Training and Sensitivity Training. For more information, visit:

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