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Rise of the Video Vigilantes: Handling Secret Workplace Recordings

Video vigilantes are on the rise, and their recordings can quickly go viral. What should employers do to prepare for, handle and prevent covert recordings made in the workplace? Just a few short years ago HR and...more

Behind the Bribe – A Fireside Chat with Richard Bistrong

Richard Bistrong, anti-bribery blogger and former FBI/UK cooperator gives a behind-the-scenes look at what happens on the front lines of international sales, where temptations to “get the deal done” and other psychological...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 159-Alison Taylor on the intersection of CSR and the FCPA [Video]

In this episode I visit with Alison Taylor of BSR about the organizational behavior issues around bribery and corruption and the intersection of Corporate Social Responsibility and the FCPA. ...more

Front Lines of Compliance: First Line of Defense

Chief Compliance Officers carry a lot of weight on their shoulders. Some days, I am sure, they have trouble getting up and soldiering on to tackle the next challenge....more

If Only the New England Patriots Had a CCO: Lessons from “Deflategate”

If only the New England Patriots had an Anti-Bribery and Anti-Corruption program, “Deflategate” might never have entered America’s vocabulary. The long-running saga re-entered the media this past week with the release of the...more

Social Awareness Programs: Good for Business or Legal Risk?

Despite good intentions and previous success taking a stand on contentious issues — i.e., gun control and gay marriage — a coffee company quickly realized its campaign to encourage discussions of race relations between...more

Happy Talk and CCO Reporting to the Board

Everyone likes to talk. For most people, it is hard to listen. Chief Compliance Officers have to be proficient at both, especially listening. I have often criticized CCOs who engage in Happy Talk when reporting their boards....more

What does anticorruption have to do with CSR?

Today’s Q & A is with Alison Taylor. Hi Alison, thank you for participating in today’s Q & A. While we have had the opportunity to collaborate on a number of guest pieces, including Reconciling Sales Strategy with FCPA...more

King Arthur Week – The Quest for the Holy Grail and Compliance Defense – Part V

We conclude our Arthurian themed week with the Holy Grail, which has fired the imagination of artists for millennia. What was the Holy Grail? According to Professor Dorsey Armstrong in her Teaching Company lecture series,...more

Reinventing Compliance Program Metrics

One of many pet peeves I have in the compliance space is the lack of creativity in compliance program measurement. Chief Compliance Officers have to take a fresh approach to this issue....more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 154-Compliance Leadership-Persuasion, Influence, Tools & Tips, Skills and Tips [Video]

In this episode, I discuss some of the tools which a compliance practitioner or CCO can use to further compliance in an organization. ...more

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 Enforcement

The bulk of company internal investigations are devoted to human resource and code of conduct violations. Of course, there are always potential legal violations but these are far smaller in number but could have disastrous...more

Austin City Limits and Asking Questions to Boost Your Compliance Program

Bill Arhos died recently. While his name is not a household word across the country, his progeny certainly is for he was the founder of the longest running live musical show on PBS television Austin City Limits. As was noted...more

Why Reputation Risk is Quickly Climbing the Ethics and Compliance Priority List | Does Your Ethics and Compliance Training Address...

A company’s reputation is perhaps its most important asset; I’d argue that ethics and compliance professionals should be as passionate about their companies’ reputations as their marketing teams are about their corporate...more

Lions and Tigers and Bears – Certifications, Checklists and Standards

The compliance profession continues to rise in importance. Companies are paying more attention to corporate culture and devoting resources to enhance existing compliance operations. This approach is reinforced with each week...more

The Two Ps of Compliance: Promote and Protect

I often complain about compliance messaging. Compliance officers have to be careful to avoid becoming viewed as “nattering nabobs of negativism,” as former Vice President Spiro Agnew famously stated about the liberal media....more

The Empowerment of the CCO: Old Ways Die Hard

The compliance profession continues to evolve and grow. More lawyers and law students are seeking knowledge and training in the field of ethics and compliance. There is a reason for that....more

The Importance of Conflicts of Interest Compliance

A company’s character includes avoiding the appearance of, or actual, conflicts of interest. Compliance professionals need to pay more attention to conflicts of interest. In some instances, companies have not even adopted...more

[Event] The Intersection of Compliance & HR: How to Leverage Organizational Strengths to Develop a More Ethical Global Culture -...

Developing and maintaining an ethical culture is more crucial than ever. Compliance and HR, both traditionally “protectors” of the company interests, each have a big role to play in establishing, growing and maintaining a...more

[Event] The Intersection of Compliance & HR: How to Leverage Organizational Strengths to Develop a More Ethical Global Culture -...

Developing and maintaining an ethical culture is more crucial than ever. Compliance and HR, both traditionally “protectors” of the company interests, each have a big role to play in establishing, growing and maintaining a...more

Insights from the E.U.—Creating and Sustaining a Strong Organisational Culture

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to moderate three roundtables across Europe—in Copenhagen, Paris and London—where more than 30 leading ethics and compliance executives discussed their challenges and opportunities...more

[Webinar] Creating an Engaging Global Code of Ethics – Transcending Cultural Differences - April 7, 1-2 pm EST

It’s difficult enough to create a highly engaging Code of Ethics when your employees all reside in one country and speak one language. But when they operate everywhere from Beijing to Buffalo to Berlin, crafting an engaging...more

Does Robust Compliance Mean Understood Compliance?

If I had to summarize my experience of last week, where I participated in three compliance events, that statement from one of my lunch partners, would be it. First, an up front thank you to the organizers of the Inside...more

10 Tips for Fostering a Business Culture of Cybersecurity Awareness

Businesses are recognizing the need for new approaches to data security as high-profile cybersecurity incidents reveal the true impact a data breach can have on an organization. One of the biggest realizations is that IT...more

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