Winners include a video that raises awareness about the warning signs of domestic violence and a video that speaks to the real-world consequences of social media missteps.
We're pleased to announce that our Ethics & Compliance Learning team has won three Telly Awards across multiple non-broadcast categories for our workplace education and training videos.
The videos are a part of SAI360’s people-centered eLearning suite of training modules that address code of conduct and complex workplace issues, such as diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI), sexual harassment prevention and data protection and privacy.
- Our education video, “Voice of the People: Domestic Violence,” won a Silver Telly Award for Social Impact. The video uses a series of person-on-the-street interviews with real people to highlight the importance of speaking up when confronted by a co-worker who may be the victim of domestic abuse.
- The training video, “Careful Use of Social Media: Managing Your Brand” which won a Bronze Telly, is a fast-moving explainer that walks learners through unanticipated “what ifs” that can emerge when using social media.
- “Integrity in the Moment,” another Bronze Telly winner for non-broadcast corporate training, explores how a person handles workplace challenges—under pressure or even when no one is looking—impacts how employees feel about their jobs and themselves.
Each video is available as a standalone or as part of SAI360’s interactive Ethics & Compliance learning modules and courses.
“We’re honored to receive this incredible recognition for our learning modules and the hard work of our internal team of creatives and subject experts. We strive to take a contemporary, diverse, and learner-centric approach to bringing challenging workplace issues to life in a way that is relevant and meaningful for employees,” said Jen Farthing, SVP, Learning at SAI Global Risk.
Established in 1979, the annual Telly Awards honors excellence in video and television across all screens and is judged by an industry body of over 200 leading experts from video platforms, major television networks, streaming networks and production companies including Netflix, ESPN Films, Vimeo, A&E Networks, and Hearst Media.
Last year, the Telly Awards attracted more than 12,000 entries from top video content producers including Adobe, Adult Swim, the BBC, Condé Nast, J. Paul Getty Museum, PBS, Playstation, RadicalMedia, T Brand Studio, Ogilvy & Mather and The Walt Disney Company.
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