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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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Goldman Sachs Cheating Scandal: Lessons for Your Compliance Training Program

The recent Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan cheating scandals teach us some valuable lessons about compliance training. In these headline cases, newly hired junior analysts were caught cheating on internal compliance-related tests…more

Compliance, Employee Training, Ethics, Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan Chase

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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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Cultivating a Culture of Compliance eBook

A strong ethical culture is the foundation of a successful compliance program. It is also among the most difficult program elements to define, establish, and maintain over time. Produced by Compliance Week in cooperation…more

Code of Conduct, Compliance, Corporate Culture, Dodd-Frank, 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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First DPA in the U.K. Signals Britain is Serious About Bribery & Corruption

Late last year, ICBC Standard Bank Plc, a U.K.-based financial institution with operations around the world, agreed to pay a $37 million fine and enter into a deferred prosecution agreement (DPA) with British financial…more

Bribery, Compliance, Corruption, Deferred Prosecution Agreements, Government Officials

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A Culture of Inclusion: Transgender-Friendly Workplaces on the Rise

American Airlines, The Coca-Cola Co., Humana, Macy’s and Ford. All among the best-known brands in the world, each a stalwart of American business. All of them are among the most transgender-inclusive companies in the country…more

Anti-Discrimination Policies, Anti-Harassment Policies, CIGNA, EEOC, Fortune 500

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The New Russian Data Protection Law: Five Important Things To Know

Early in July 2014, the Russian Federal Act on Data Protection was amended to require that personal data of Russian citizens be first processed and stored on servers located within the territory of Russia. Initially, the…more

Compliance, Data Protection, Data Storage Providers, Foreign Corporations, International Data Transfers

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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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U.K. Procurement Managers to Vendors: Take Cyber Security Seriously or You’re Out

The headlines about massive cyber-security breaches just keep coming these days. Corporate giants Vodaphone, Home Depot, Talk Talk and JP Morgan Chase have all been hacked—to and they're far from the only ones.. But the…more

Compliance, Corporate Culture, Cybersecurity, Employee Training, Procurement Guidelines

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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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5 Questions to Ensure Your Policies Keep Up With the Pace of Change

You hear a lot these days about the ways that individuals’ private data is collected and potentially exposed—to technology companies, employers, the government and so on. You hear less about the concern of many employers, who…more

Compliance, Data Collection, Data Security, Employment Policies, Policy Management

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SEC’s First Whistleblower Award to Company Outsider: Game Changer?

The headlines lit up this month when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its first-ever award to a whistleblower who wasn’t employed by the company on which he had blown the whistle. The award was a…more

Compliance, Corporate Culture, Enforcement Actions, Internal Reporting, SEC

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2016 Trends #7: Renewed Focus on Boosting Whistleblower Rights and Squashing Retaliation

To help prepare compliance professionals for the year ahead, we’ve talked with industry experts, our colleagues at NAVEX Global, and ethics and compliance professionals from our more than 12,500 client organizations to gather…more

Anti-Retaliation Provisions, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers (CECO), Comment Period, Draft Guidance, OSHA

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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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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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SEC’s First Whistleblower Award to Company Outsider: Game Changer?

The headlines lit up this month when the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) issued its first-ever award to a whistleblower who wasn’t employed by the company on which he had blown the whistle. The award was a…more

Compliance, Corporate Culture, Enforcement Actions, Internal Reporting, SEC

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