Corporate Compliance Trainings

Fee Structure

Consultation Per Hour
Shared Group Training & Certification (Up to 50) 50000
Dedicated Group Training & Certification (Up to 25) 50000
Individual Employee Training & Certification 5000
Train the Trainer Training & Certification 5000
Total : 10000/- INR

Human rights protection Training

Companies have a social responsibility towards their employees and the general public to provide a safe and healthy work environment that is free from any kind of bullying and harassment. A company is always at risk of bad reputation and legal action if it does not comply with certain laws that are applicable to it. Therefore, it is obligated to prevent violation of any rules or regulations and protect consumer data, maintain privacy and confidentiality. Through compliance training, the company can ensure efficient risk management.

Compliance Training is mandatory for the purposes of educating the employees about regulations, laws, policies, procedures, and actions to help prevent and detect problems in the workplace and avoid violations of law and other government regulations. These policies and procedures are often job or industry-specific. They ensure that the employees understand their roles and responsibilities better and are prepared to handle difficult situations during the course of their employment.

The purpose of conducting compliance training:

  • Creating a safe workplace
  • Increasing Productivity
  • Reducing Absenteeism
  • Securing insurance for the Company
  • Safeguarding business reputation
  • Minimizing the risk of legal action 

Why Human rights protection training?

Human rights are those rights that are fundamental to all human beings. These rights are interrelated, interdependent, and indivisible. Initially, human rights standards were the sole responsibility of the government or the state. But as the world evolved, this view changed drastically and so did understanding its means and scale of doing business. It was realized that the way businesses are conducted plays a far more critical role in creating a better society as they directly have an impact on internationally recognized human rights. There is strong evidence to prove that embracing human rights is good for business and it has the capability of reducing material and financial risks.

Ever since the UN Guiding Principles for Business and Human Rights have been formulated, companies have started to analyze how to incorporate these principles in their day-to-day operations. An important component of this is ensuring that every person in the company understands what human rights are and how they relate to the company as a whole and to their individual responsibilities. Training and engaging employees on human rights from front line workers to the CEO is an important step in protecting human rights in the corporate culture and influencing decision-making.

Why should you comply with human rights training rules?

The Ministry of Corporate Affairs released India’s National Voluntary Guidelines on Social, Environmental, and Economic Responsibilities of Business (NVGs) in July 201. These guidelines provide a national framework on business responsibility and guidance on its implementation. It lays down a set of nine principles that offer businesses an Indian understanding and approach to inculcating responsible business conduct. SEBI and the Companies’ Act, 2013 makes it mandatory to report on NVGs with respect to Human Rights and Business.

Most companies face the same human rights issues, which include the right to enjoy just and favorable work conditions, to exercise rights without discrimination, or to enjoy the freedom of opinion and expression. Therefore, whether it's an interactive slide presentation company wide video, mandatory online quizzes, practical situations, or a combination of several approaches, every company must select the approach that fits best within its culture and existing training programs.

What do we do?

  • We provide intensive training on human rights 
  • Create awareness about various human rights laws 
  • Train and create a congenial atmosphere for employees 
  • An intensive program to redress grievances 

Service Delivery Process followed by White Code Legal:

  1. The Client has to register themselves on our website.
  2. Once the Client is registered, we raise a Service Request.
  3. The Client receives a proforma invoice with an option to confirm and pay now or pay later.
  4. Once the Client confirms, our dedicated relationship manager liaisons with our experts and clients share a list of client information required to deliver the service.
  5. Once we receive the information, we take the required steps to deliver the service and the service request is closed.

Service Inclusions

  • Professional Fees

Service Exclusions

  • GST, Government Fee, and other Additional Taxes

Why White Code Legal?

At White Code Legal we prioritize and always strive to deliver service as per client satisfaction. Keeping the focus on maintaining affordable prices and delivering excellence we aim to make worth every penny our clients spend with us and build a lasting relationship with them