Every organization’s success depends on the behavior of the individuals who make it up. If a worker does something illegal—even if that person is acting independently—it reflects back on the company as a whole. As a result, many organizations have started employee legal training courses. Ensure your employees don’t misstep with a quick, effective quiz that drills home the major messages of your corporate legal training.
Once you’ve put together your legal training program, use this sample quiz to get an idea of the types of questions you can ask, how to ask them, and how to structure your overall quiz. This example includes questions about NDAs, internet usage, copyright issues, and other common legal considerations, but you can (and should) tailor your questions to fit your own course. Build your own custom quiz and use it to measure and address any confusion, before it becomes an issue.
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