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How To Identify The 14 Red Flags Of Ethical Misconduct & Mitigate Them With Your Compliance Training Program: Part 2

While I sat in my last session of SCCE’s 14th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute this past Wednesday, I turned to introduce myself to the gentleman sitting next to me. We shook hands and then I asked who he was with. I...more

New Laws Affecting California Employers: Anti-Harassment Protections for Unpaid Interns, Anti-Bullying Training for Managers, and...

California employers need to be aware of three important employment laws that were recently enacted. Effective immediately, California’s existing discrimination and harassment laws have been extended to unpaid interns....more

How To Identify The 14 Red Flags Of Ethical Misconduct & Mitigate Them With Your Compliance Training Program: Part 1

This week I had the pleasure to attend SCCE’s 14th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute in Chicago. The first session I attended was led by Carolyn S. Egbert, Owner and Founder of Creative Solutions for Executives. Her...more

Information Security Training Master Class: Winning the Battle against Data Breaches, Malicious and Negligent Employees, and...

The Human Element of Information Security - In Part One of this series, I laid out data breach statistics that were at best startling, and at worst downright terrifying. Thankfully, a large percentage of the data...more

Bruce Levenson Takeaways, Plus 5 History Lessons To Add “Oomph” To Your Business Ethics Training

It’s amazing to me that we’ve made it to 2014 and we’re still hearing widespread reports of racism and race-based harassment and discrimination. In 2013, the EEOC received 8,519 race-based harassment and discrimination...more

Linking Business Development to Partner Compensation

In recent years, as client fee pressure has increased and client loyalty has decreased, law firms are investing significant time and money in business development programs. Some partners receive training to dust off selling...more

The NFL’s Handling of Ray Rice Shows Need for Consistent Enforcement of Policies and Compliance Training

To say I’m a football fan is putting it mildly. You will find my family cheering loudly at the TV during Falcons games. (How ‘bout that overtime win over the Saints?!) And while it’s not often I get to blog about football,...more

Thou Shalt Not Bully – Employers Must Educate Supervisors about “Abusive Conduct”

California businesses that have 50 or more employees are already required to train supervisors on legally prohibited sexual harassment. Following California Governor Jerry Brown’s recent signing of A.B. 2053, that training...more

Does Your Company’s “Inadequate Compliance Program” Violate Securities Laws?

In a recent matter before the SEC, settlement of an FCPA claim with Smith & Wesson has raised some worrisome new issues for compliance officers. This settlement is noteworthy for two reasons: 1. Small and mid-sized...more

Should Google’s “Driverless” Cars Require Code of Ethics Training?

Remember back in elementary school, when the teacher had you draw what you thought life would be like in 15 years? People living on Mars and flying automobiles dominated my adolescent thoughts. Fast forward 14 years later,...more

Grandmothers Of The World Unite To Create Congress’ Discrimination And Harassment Training

You think I’m joking? I’m not joking. Have you heard about the harassment and discrimination that Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) has been subjected to by fellow members of the Senate? While working out at the...more

Discrimination and Harassment Training A Necessity In Male Dominated Industries

If you have ever seen Parks and Recreation, a TV show featuring a cast of funny all-stars such as Amy Poehler and Rashida Jones, then you might be familiar with one episode where Leslie Knope (Poehler) decides it’s time to...more

Should we offer our lawyers marketing training?

Most marketers and marketing committee members routinely attend high-quality marketing programs. It’s so much a part of the job description that it can be hard to remember that most lawyers rarely get any sort of...more

Employment Law Commentary -- Volume 26, Issue 8 -- August 2014: The Death of Courtesy And Civility Under The National Labor...

In January 2013, we reported on the increasing focus of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB or the “Board”) on employer policies and rules in non-unionized workplaces. The NLRB has continued in full force, creating more...more

Learning From LinkedIn: More Big Name Employment Law Violations Showcase Need For Wage and Hour Compliance Training

I confess that up until the huge LinkedIn case last month, I had no idea what wage and hour training even is, or why anyone needed to take it. After all, it’s pretty simple, right? Pay nonexempt workers their regular wage for...more

CFPB announces plans to launch financial coaching project

In a notice published in today’s Federal Register, the CFPB announced that in late 2014, it plans to launch a financial coaching project for transitioning veterans and economically vulnerable consumers and seeks comments to...more

Hierarchy of Needs And The Need For Code of Conduct Training, Discrimination and Harassment Training, Workplace Violence...

While I was a student at Auburn University I took a psychology class. During the class we learned about Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs. Abraham Maslow was an American psychologist who wanted to understand what motivates people’s...more

Unexpected “Scientific Evidence” on the Value of Ethics & Compliance Training and Communications

A real-life situation recently provided powerful evidence of the value—and effectiveness — of ethics and compliance training and communication. When scientists want to prove the effect of something such as, for...more

EEOC to Hold Executive Leadership Training Sept. 17 at Washington Hilton Hotel

Participants Will Hear From Aneesh Chopra, Government's First Chief Technology Officer - WASHINGTON - The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) will hold its third annual executive leadership conference...more

Justin Bieber Does It Again – Time For Anti Bribery Training To Save The Day

Tsk tsk tsk. Just when I thought I was only going to mention him in one blog post this year, I now have the opportunity to write another. Someone has to do it! Justin Bieber is back in the spotlight and this time it isn’t...more

Misplaced Confidence in Ethics & Compliance Training Program Effectiveness? Survey Shows Startling Disconnect

When respondents to the NAVEX Global 2014 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Survey were asked whether each employee in their organization received the ethics and compliance training they need, 75 percent either “agreed”...more

Global HR Hot Topic—August 2014: How to Launch an International HR Policy, Code of Conduct or Benefits Plan

In this era of internationally aligned business operations, multinationals roll out cross-border human resources policies, global codes of conduct and international benefits offerings. But launching these cross-border...more

Sexual Harassment Training Can Help Mitigate The Risk Of Sexual Assaults On College Campuses

Let me begin this post by saying, War Eagle! (It is football season…). Football and silliness aside, I am an Auburn fan because I attended Auburn University. I graduated last year and sometimes I wish I could have done five...more

Fact Or Fiction: Harassment Stories You Won’t Believe And How Sexual Harassment Training Can Keep You Out Of The Tabloids

Sometimes it’s hard to believe the stories of harassment that come across my desk. Today I read the story of Pavel Curda and Gesche Haas. While attending a networking event for investors and startups in Berlin last month,...more

How to improve fraud detection in 10 easy steps

No organization wants to wake up to find themselves suddenly the center of unexpected liability or unwelcome scrutiny. That vulnerability is more significant with the increase of occupational fraud stimulated by today's tough...more

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