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Compliance Lessons for Executive Leadership from The Wells Fargo Investigation Report

by Thomas Fox on

Compliance lessons from truly one of the most damning reports of complete corporate failures around ethics and culture that has recently been seen....more

Day 17 of One Month to Better Compliance Through HR-Using HR to Create an Ethical Culture [Video]

by Thomas Fox on

The Evaluation of Corporate Compliance Programs document makes clear that operationalization of compliance into an organization should be done at multiple levels in a company. Creating an ethical culture is an important step...more

The Renovated Globe Theater and Operationalized Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

There is much that a Chief Compliance Officer (CCO) or compliance practitioner can learn from Shakespeare. I have often used his plays as introductions to blog posts or as examples to inform a compliance program. Today, I...more

Fox News Lawsuits Highlight Importance of Workplace Culture

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

Employers should take note of the position Fox News is in due to the proliferation of recent lawsuits against the network by numerous current and former employees. To be clear and fair, the lawsuits only involve allegations...more

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

by NAVEX Global on

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

Minimize the Risk of External Whistleblower Activity

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

External whistleblower activity can be very costly in the auto industry. As the industry continues to develop, prevention of whistleblower claims will only grow in importance. It’s an issue that can impact every company...more

To Boycott, or Not? How Business Owners Should React

by Payne & Fears on

From Fox News to United Airlines to the “Trump Effect,” consumer boycotts are trending. But when do boycotts actually work, and how should business owners react? The rise of instant media consumption certainly parallels...more

Promoting Ethics on the Front Line

Encouraging employees to ‘do the right thing’ and apply their organisation’s core values is of utmost importance. How can this be achieved in practice by organisations that employ thousands of employees around the world, who...more

The Trump Administration: The Business Impact

by Thomas Fox on

If we do not speak up, there may not be an opportunity later. ...more

Culture only comes from the top

by Ary Rosenbaum on

I was leaving a position as an ERISA attorney at a third party administration (TPA) firm for what I thought would be greener pastures. The TPA quickly hired an unemployed ERISA attorney for the role and when he was telling me...more

Four Essential Leadership Behaviors

by Thomas Fox on

The role of any leader should be engagement, engagement and then more engagement. By understanding the needs of your key stakeholders and incorporating that into your solution or initiative you will have your team on board...more

Integrate, Don’t Just Onboard, a New Employee to More Fully Operationalize Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

One of the key Human Resources (HR) touchpoints in an employment relationship is onboarding. This is the step where employees are welcomed into an organization and (hopefully) integrated so they can hit the ground running and...more

10 Questions to Operationalizing Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

A Harvard Business Review (HBR) article, entitled “Does Management Really Work?” by Nicholas Bloom, Raffaella Sadun and John Van Reenen, provided some succinct advice about what a business can do to improve its management...more

Corporate Law & Governance Update - May 2017

by McDermott Will & Emery on

Wells Fargo Lessons - The recently released independent investigative report of the Wells Fargo sales model controversy provides a surprising number of important oversight, structural and reporting lessons for the...more

Neglected Hotlines Are an Exception not the Rule

by NAVEX Global on

“When it comes to hotlines, I have said many times that the ‘easy’ part is setting up a phone number. The hard part is what the organization does with reports once it receives them.” — Carrie Penman...more

The Revolution in Compliance Training – It is Not Just About Your ABCs

by Michael Volkov on

A CCO never feels like he or she has caught up on compliance program requirements. As soon as one new best practice is identified, a CCO blinks for a moment and then there is a new best practice for them to consider....more

The Importance of Trust in the Age of Weaponized Transparency

by NAVEX Global on

In my last post about organizational trust, we looked at lessons learned about trust from one of the largest organizations of all: the U.S. military. The main concept was that in large organizations, senior executives should...more

What Lies Beneath: The Cultural Iceberg Effect in Negotiation in Latin America

by Zelle LLP on

American anthropologist Edward Hall has compared culture to an iceberg. While a few aspects are visible above the surface, a larger portion lays hidden below, with deep-seated assumptions and social beliefs which comprise the...more

Suggested Questions for the Compliance Officer

by Ruder Ware on

In a previous blog post, I promised to release a list of questions a Board of Directors (Board) might ask its compliance officer. This post is intended to fulfill that promise. My intent is to help Board members exercise...more

Corporate Culture and Whistleblowers: A Reliable Barometer of a Company’s Culture

by Michael Volkov on

If you want a reliable indication of a company’s culture, just look at how the company treats employee concerns and whistleblowers. Recent events have highlighted serious failures on the part of major companies to address...more

The Risk Management Process in Compliance

by Thomas Fox on

An exploration of risk forecasting, risk assessment and risk-based monitoring for the compliance profession. ...more

United’s Crisis Mismanagement and Corporate Culture

by Michael Volkov on

We were all aghast at the spectacle on the United Airlines last week when a customer was dragged off a plane when he refused to give up his seat because of an overbooking. No one can underestimate the power of real-time video...more

Farewell to J. Geils – Final Compliance Function Lessons from Wells Fargo

by Thomas Fox on

You may not recognize the full name, John Warren Geils Jr., but you probably do recognize the name J. Geils, as in the J. Geils Band, who died this week. J. Geils was ubiquitous in the 70s and early 80s with, as noted by an...more

Corporate Law & Governance Update - April 2017

by McDermott Will & Emery on

The following developments from the past month offer guidance on corporate law and governance law as they may be applied to nonprofit health care organizations: OVERSIGHT OF CORPORATE CULTURE - A significant emerging...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

One might think that Tesla shareholders would be thrilled with yesterday’s news that Elon’s car-making arm has surpassed even GM in market value. True, perhaps, but only to a point. Turns out that Tesla’s recent surge has...more

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