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Lake Oswego, OR 97035 , United States
Phone: 866-297-0224
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  • Career/Human Resources
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  • Document Management
  • Ethics & Compliance
  • Government Agency
  • Information & Data
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  • Training & Education
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2015 Trends: #6 Gender Diversity—Are Quotas the Answer?

In last year’s annual trends report, we suggested that perhaps a corner had been turned on perceptions about gender and corporate leadership. After all, we’d seen plenty of stories about newsmakers including Janet Yellin at the…more

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A Formal Introduction to the Five Generations of Employees in Your Workforce

An unprecedented change is happening in our workplaces. In many organizations, up to five generations are currently working together creating a situation that is both full of opportunities and challenges for E&C…more

Baby Boomers, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Ethics, Millennials

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Seven Training Imperatives to Address Your Biggest Cyber Security Risk: Employee Behavior

One of your best defenses against a cyber attack? Your employees. Make sure they are trained on their role in protecting your organization. There are pros and cons to the digital world that we all live in. Pros include…more

Bring Your Own Device, Compliance, Corporate Counsel, Cybersecurity, Ethics

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The “Rock-Star Exception” Is More Expensive Than You Think

One of the hallmarks of a healthy organizational culture is that it makes no exceptions or excuses for inappropriate behavior. It is simply not possible to maintain workplace integrity if certain individuals are excused for…more

Code of Conduct, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Employee Training, Ethics

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Seven Essential Resources for Strengthening Your Code of Conduct

A powerful, relevant and engaging code of conduct can create a positive ripple effect across your organization. The opposite is also true: a code of conduct that is hard to find, difficult to read and disconnected with your…more

Code of Conduct, Compliance, Ethics

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Why You Shouldn’t Relax on Pretaliation—Even if Policymakers Do

About two years ago, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) made history when it brought the first “pretaliation” whistleblower enforcement action against KBR Inc., a technology and engineering firm in Houston. The…more

Benchmarks, Compliance, Confidential Information, Dodd-Frank, Employment Contract

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Permissive Cultures Make Training a Scapegoat rather than a Competitive Advantage

Thanks to the onslaught of digital tools available to us today, primarily social media, we are getting a glimpse behind the curtain at a lot of companies. Employees are freely commenting on their employers, and the missteps they…more

Anti-Harassment Policies, Corporate Culture, Employee Training, Sexual Harassment

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5 Useful Resources on the New EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Data privacy lawyers and officers around the world are working to assess the implications of and implement (before May 25, 2018) the requirements contained within the recently passed General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). As…more

Compliance, Cybersecurity, Data Breach, EU, EU Data Protection Laws

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What Scuba Diving Can Teach You About Policy Management: Three Key Lessons

What do policy management and scuba diving have in common? The need to mitigate risk, use the right equipment and prioritize training. You might not imagine that scuba diving and policy management could have much in…more

Compliance, Corporate Counsel, Corporate Governance, Employment Policies, Policy Management

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Don’t Outsmart Yourself: AI and Compliance

I’m a big fan of artificial intelligence. The older I get, the more I appreciate that real intelligence needs all the help it can get. Corporate ethics and compliance officers, however, need to pause before betting big on AI as…more

Artificial Intelligence, Automation Systems, Big Data, Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance

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Preview NAVEX Global’s New EMEA & APAC Ethics & Compliance Benchmark Report Findings

How how are organisations in Europe, the Middle East, Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC) developing and executing ethics and compliance programmes? In our latest benchmark report, nearly 250 ethics and compliance…more

Asia Pacific, Benchmarks, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers (CECO), Compliance, Corporate Culture

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[Webinar] 2016 Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference - Harnessing the Business Value of an Ethical Culture - November 15th, 8:30a.m. PT

Join professionals in ethics and compliance, human resources, legal, audit and training for the annual 2016 Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference! Learn strategies to help you build a better governed, more risk-aware, and…more

Anti-Corruption, Anti-Retaliation Provisions, Benchmarking, C-Suite Executives, CCO

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2015 Trends: #10 Cybersecurity: A Risk that Needs to be on Your Ethics and Compliance To-Do List

The starting point for every ethics and compliance program must always be an analysis of the ethics and compliance risks faced by the organization. In that light, it’s important to listen to James Comey, Director, U.S…more

Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance, Cyber Threats, Cybersecurity, Ethics

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CCOs Say Policies Are Getting Stronger; Adoption of Technology – Not So Much

KPMG recently published its latest survey of chief compliance officers. The report highlights the increasing value of effective Compliance. It also reveals growing pains of our industry, specifically in maximizing efficiencies…more

Chief Compliance Officers, Code of Conduct, Compliance, DOJ, New Guidance

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Putting the "E" in Ethics & Compliance

Developments in information technology are creating more and more opportunities for the automation of E&C programs. Automation and integration can benefit programs in many ways, including increasing effectiveness, efficiency and…more

Automation Systems, Code of Conduct, Compliance, Ethics, Risk Management

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2017 EMEA & APAC Culture and Compliance Benchmark Report - Data And Insights To Put To Work In Your Programme Today

NAVEX Global partnered with an independent research agency to investigate how companies headquartered across Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia Pacific (APAC) develop and execute their ethics and compliance (E&C)…more

Anti-Corruption, Asia Pacific, Benchmarking, Compliance, Corporate Culture

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Compliance’s Role in Preventing the Next “WannaCry” Cyberattack

The global chaos unleashed by the WannaCry ransomware virus reinforces that cyberattacks are not just the problem of IT departments. Compliance must play an integral part of any organization’s cross-functional cybersecurity…more

Compliance, Cybersecurity, Employee Training, FCPA, Human Resources Professionals

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AG Jeff Sessions Left Compliance Officers with More Questions than Answers … and an Invitation

Attorney General Jeff Sessions was a keynote speaker at the 2017 Ethics & Compliance Initiative’s Annual Conference last week. Whatever your politics are, it was important that we hear from him on his priorities for enforcement…more

Attorney Generals, Compliance, Corporate Misconduct, Corruption, DOJ

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Our Approach to Culture Assessments

In order for a business conduct and compliance programme to be successful, it must be firmly rooted and supported by company values that are reflected in a strong corporate culture. But even in the best companies, subcultures…more

Assessment, Benchmarks, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Ethics

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Same-Sex Marriage Rulings May Pose Some Challenges for Employers

Over the past two years, there has been a sea change in the treatment of same-sex spouses under both federal and state law. Now that federal law, and the laws in 35 states and Washington, D.C., recognize marriage equality for…more

401k, Corporate Counsel, Employee Benefits, Employer Group Health Plans, FMLA

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Preview of NAVEX Global’s 2016 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Survey Findings

In recent years, ethics and compliance training programs have become part of the fabric most of the world’s successful organizations. With that in mind, our third Benchmark Training Report, set for release on July 27, seeks to…more

Benchmarks, Board of Directors, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Ethics

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Is a “Very Strange Year at Uber” a Cue to Improve Culture or Harassment Training …or Both?

Whenever we see headlines about an organization embroiled in some kind of ethical or legal misstep, what usually follows are a series of questions about what exactly went wrong. The answers to these questions usually shine a…more

Compliance, Corporate Culture, Ethics, Sexual Harassment, Tone At The Top

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Fauxtroversy: Combining or Separating GC and CCO Roles?

I’ve watched for several years now the supposed controversy regarding the requirement of separating the general counsel and chief compliance officer roles. The arguments against combining the roles have ranged from a single…more

Chief Compliance Officers, Compliance, Corporate Culture

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Our Approach to Culture Assessments

In order for a business conduct and compliance programme to be successful, it must be firmly rooted and supported by company values that are reflected in a strong corporate culture. But even in the best companies, subcultures…more

Assessment, Benchmarks, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Ethics

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After the Report: 4 Critical Best Practices for Protecting & Respecting Internal Whistleblowers

One essential element of a strong whistleblower reporting system is often overlooked: communications with reporters—whether reporting anonymously or not—after they have logged their issue or concern. Reporters who feel that…more

Compliance, Ethics, Internal Communications, Internal Reporting, Whistleblower Protection Policies

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4 Questions About the Yates Memo’s First Year

The release of the so-called Yates Memo in fall 2015 shook the compliance world. U.S. Deputy Attorney General Sally Q. Yates made it clear that federal regulators would look to combat corporate misconduct by “seeking…more

Compliance, Corporate Misconduct, DOJ, Ethics, Personal Liability

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