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Match Made in Heaven: Compliance and Human Resources

The corporate compliance function is only as successful as its partnerships with key internal constituencies. Depending on the company and the personnel involved, compliance has to establish and maintain effective working...more

[Event] "Americas Labor & Employment Law Conference: Managing a workforce across the Americas and beyond" - Dec. 8th-9th, Miami,...

Attorneys from FordHarrison and Ius Laboris, the global Alliance of leading labor and employment law firms, will join in-house counsel to discuss the many challenges faced by multinational companies. The conference is aimed...more

Few Give Their Policy Management Systems Passing Grades

This article originally appeared on TLNT. The days of organizations conducting policy management through spreadsheets, email and generic document-sharing platforms aren’t over yet. But they probably should be. Originally...more

Top Reasons CEOs Get Sued—and How to Avoid Them

It’s no secret that lawsuits can often be frivolous, and CEOs are not exempt from getting sued. The last thing your company needs is a lawsuit that could have been avoided. Whether filed by a disgruntled employee or the SEC,...more

Hallmark 6-Incentives and Disciplinary Measures

The FCPA Guidance states, “In addition to evaluating the design and implementa­tion of a compliance program throughout an organization, enforcement of that program is fundamental to its effec­tiveness. A compliance program...more

How Ricoh USA, Inc. Reaped the Benefits of Expanded Hotline Reporting

Today's post features guest author Jami Segota, Vice President & Assistant General Counsel, Employment Law from Ricoh USA, Inc. Learn how Ricoh turned their ethics and compliance program into a powerful cross-departmental...more

A Trip to the Dentist for Some Compliance Insight

I had to go to the dentist yesterday. I went for what I thought was filling repair but I had somehow forgotten that it was a wisdom tooth removal and a filling repair. I know you are thinking either (1) why does someone his...more

Are You Leaving Whistleblowers Waiting?

One of the troubling findings in our most recent Ethics and Compliance Hotline Benchmark Report is that organizations are taking longer and longer to close cases, continuing a trend we’ve seen throughout this decade....more

The Use of the Exit Interview in Compliance

Blackie Sherrod died last week. To any reader of sports pages across the nation and most particularly in Texas, Sherrod was about as good as it got. For me, he was right up there with Red Smith, Frank DeFord and Shirley...more

Top Ten Ethics & Compliance Predictions & Recommendations for 2016

To help with our predictions and recommendations, we’ve talked with industry experts, our colleagues at NAVEX Global, and ethics and compliance professionals from our more than 12,500 client organizations. Based on their...more

Top tips for HR in building an enhanced compliance system in China

Anti-bribery and anti-corruption compliance issues in China continue to catch international news headlines and are showing no signs of cooling down....more

2016 Trends #6: Working With HR—Time to Try Again

It’s been said that no corporate function has the opportunity to contact more employees more often than Human Resources. Recruiting, hiring, on-boarding, performance reviews, promotions, investigations, discipline,...more

How well do you know your compliance program? 6 simple tools

In light of DOJ’s recent guidance, most companies understand that “paper” compliance programs are no longer enough to protect a company when a regulator comes knocking. Companies are under increasing pressure to demonstrate...more

Hiring and Compliance: Evaluating Candidates and Setting Expectations

Today I want to talk about two different techniques that your HR function can use to help the compliance function by honoring two very different yet equally famous baseball players who died on Sunday. The first was Jim...more

Tribute to Conrad and Succession Planning in Compliance

The Horror! The Horror! Those are the seminal words of Mr. Kurtz, Manager of the Inner Station, in Joseph Conrad’s novel Heart of Darkness. Today we celebrate Conrad, Józef Teodor Konrad Korzeniowski, who was born on this...more

Big Data in Human Resources = Big Decisions for HR Pros

Big data, data analytics, talent analytics, HR analytics, people analytics. There are many names to describe the use of data science in human resources, and as the list grows, the promise of this technology continues to...more

The Challenge of Hiring Anti-Bribery Compliance Leaders

A few weeks ago I had the pleasure of meeting Maurice Gilbert, Managing Partner of Conselium Executive Search in Dallas. I have been a contributor to his other organization, Corporate Compliance Insights for quite some time,...more

5 Tips for Quickly Identifying Responsive Data Sources for E-Discovery Collections

Working with IT or your service provider to collect/process from a variety of data sources, like email archives, file shares, legacy backup tapes, SharePoint, etc., can be a painful and complicated ordeal. You don’t...more

HR Tech: Compliance Pointers

Yesterday, TalentCulture hosted a #tchat entitled “Why Compliance is A Complex HR Necessity.” Every participant in the chat agreed that compliance is difficult and no fun. Laws constantly change, and just when one issue...more

Hiring In Compliance, Part V: The Offer and Conclusion

I conclude my series of blog posts on the hiring process in the compliance field, which have been based on a series of interviews with Maurice Gilbert, the Managing Partner at Conselium Partners LP. Today, I want look at the...more

Hiring In Compliance, Part III – Presentation of Job Opportunity to Potential Candidates

This week I am presenting a series on hiring in the compliance industry based on interviews I did with Maurice Gilbert, the Managing Partner at Conselium Partners LP. Today, I want look at the presentation of the job offer to...more

Hiring In Compliance – Part I: Developing the Job Profile and Criteria

A couple of weeks ago, I had a guest post from Maurice Gilbert, the Managing Partner at Conselium Partners LP entitled “Why is it so hard to hire compliance practitioners?”. There were many questions posed to me based upon...more

The Necessary Ingredient to Compliance Success: Interpersonal Skills

We always bandy the phrase around of “people skills,” or the old trendy phrase of “emotional intelligence.” Hopefully, this posting can create some ideas around new approaches to these old concepts and trendy terminology....more

BNY Mellon and Lessons Learned In Hiring Family Members – Part II

In yesterday’s post I reviewed the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement action involving the Bank of New York Mellon Corporation (BNY Mellon) around its hiring of sons and...more

Why is it So ($&#%*!) to Hard to Hire People in Compliance?

Maurice Gilbert, head of Conselium Executive Search, the leading executive search firm for compliance professionals, has written a fascinating piece on the difficulty in hiring compliance professionals. He was gracious...more

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