HR professionals, senior managers and middle managers deal with countless ethical issues on a daily basis and need to be aware of how these situations need to be managed effectively, effectively and ethically. However, one cannot wait or prepare for any possible ethical dilemma, so it is important that the training provides a “moral compass” to the various members of the organization. If faced with an ethical dilemma, these individuals should be able to follow the ethical path. This is why training should focus on the employee level, as lower-level employees do not face the same ethical problems as senior managers. In addition, superiors, executives and executives need to understand that they must set the example of all other employees by their own ethical behaviour. It is also important that training programmes are regularly subject to an examination of effectiveness, currency and reference to new laws. The employer, in agreement with the workers involved in the process, determines the appropriate frequency of refresher training. The employer must note that every worker involved in the work of a process has received and understood the training required by this paragraph. The employer must establish a data set containing the identity of the worker, the date of the training and the means used to verify that the worker understood the training. “Generally speaking, it is unusual and very difficult to recoup the training costs of an employee who leaves the company shortly after participating in the training,” said Don Schroeder, partner at Foley-Lardner, warning that the fight would be tough for most employers. A training agreement is a written agreement between an employer and its employee, which defines the conditions of each training that the company pays for them. It defines the cost of training, who is successful in training and who is the primary culprit. A training program is considered to be directly related to the workplace when the training is designed to help the worker manage the current work more effectively (but voluntary attendance at school outside the workplace, after hours is not a working time, even if it is related to the employee`s current work).