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Organizations need to be "Internal Fraud Aware"

GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) knows how devastating fraud can be to an organization. The company, and its executives, have been accused by the Chinese government of funnelling hundreds of millions of dollars in bribes to...more

Comprehensive Anti-Bribery Program

If your operations are global, implementing a comprehensive anti-bribery program is likely one of your top priorities. Given the complexity and diversity of the activities that must be addressed in an anti-bribery program,...more

Think Beyond Social Media Training: There’s More than One Way to Manage Social Media Risk

I have to admit that since I’ve thrown myself into the deep end of the compliance field, I may have gotten a bit narrow-minded, especially when it comes social media. When social media came up in my MBA Information Technology...more

Tailor Your Antitrust Training To Effectively Combat Risk

When we think about compliance training, we typically conjure up the popular topics: sexual harassment training, anti-bribery training, code of ethics training…the superstars, the popular kids. The courses that most employees...more

NAVEX Global 2014 Training Benchmarking Report Webinar: Top Takeaways & Questions

We recently hosted a webinar, “Priorities, Practices and Trends in Training” to discuss the findings from our NAVEX Global 2014 Ethics and Compliance Training Benchmark Report. Some of the key findings from the report,...more

Three Security Awareness Training Findings That Will Surprise You

As providers of ethics and compliance training solutions, we never tire of discussing topics like anti-bribery training, sexual harassment training, code of ethics training… and so many more. Lately, we have seen a real...more

10 Tips for Responding to a False Claims Act Investigation

An increase in government investigations and enforcement actions under the False Claims Act (FCA) and other federal laws can subject healthcare organizations, financial services firms, government contractors and others to...more

4 Ways Compliance Can Leverage Social Media (Provided Social Media Training is Included)

I’m still combing through the PwC “State of Compliance” survey. It’s very well done; if you haven’t had a chance to read it, I recommend you take the time. I’ve you’ve read my recent blogs, you know I have social media on the...more

HHS Announces $83.4 Million in Funding to Train New Primary Care Providers

On July 7, 2014, HHS Secretary Sylvia Matthews Burwell announced that HHS would be awarding $83.4 million under the Teaching Health Center Graduate Medical Education (THCGME) program administered by the Health Resources and...more

Celebrities Also Need Compliance Training

You see it all the time in the media: celebrities behaving badly. It seems that hardly a day goes by that we don’t read about some celebrity engaging in destructive activity. Then again, our society is completely wrapped up...more

Monitoring and Auditing Your Anti Corruption Compliance Program  [Video]

Companies have designed and implemented anti-corruption compliance programs. An important element of an effective compliance program is monitoring and auditing the program to identify issues for improvement. Working in...more

FCPA Training: The Basics [Video]

This webinar provides a basic FCPA training program. A number of webinar attendees have requested that I conduct a basic FCPA webinar outlining how the FCPA statute applies to international business operations. The topics...more

Federal Contractor Section 503 and VEVRAA Compliance Solution

Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP) enforcement is meant to ensure affirmative action and equal opportunity employment for job seekers and wage earners. The federal government spends more than $500...more

3 Reasons Why Tech Startups Struggle with Discrimination and Harassment Training (And 5 Effortless Ways to Protect Your Startup)

I get it – snooze-worthy, old-fashioned harassment and discrimination training isn’t in line with the vibe you’re trying to create at your hip tech startup. You want to be laid back, cut out all the corporate bull$&^*, build...more

5 Elements Your Code Of Ethics Training Should Address

I read an article in EthicsMonitor by Cynthia Schoeman called How to Crack Your Company’s Code of Ethics. Cynthia makes some good points about Codes of Ethics that align with our thinking about what good employee training...more

The FIFA Flop: Why Anti-Bribery Training is More Important Than Just Knowing How To Play The Game

Brazil passed their new anti-bribery law back in January. Only a couple of months before the 2014 World Cup was set to start, Brazil, the host country of the famous “football” world championship, offered guidance about their...more

3 Questions To Help Develop Ethics and Compliance KPIs (Beyond Business Ethics Training Scores and Whistleblower Hotline Calls)

It’s no secret that ethics and compliance professionals struggle with measuring the effectiveness of their programs. Sometimes the “well, we have to do it anyway” mentality can preclude any attempt at real measurement and...more

Does Your Company Align Compliance Training To An Annual Ranking of Risks?

PwC came out with their annual State of Compliance survey, which is always well done, and has given me lots of fodder for upcoming blogs. I found the below illustration in the accompanying “chart pack” and found it...more

Does Your Compliance Training Inspire Employees to Follow Rules or Follow Values?

I read an article in the Wall Street Journal wherein Michael McMillan, director of ethics and professional standards at the CFA Institute, was interviewed and discussed the difference between following the rules and behaving...more

Three Key Points Your Social Media Training Should Cover

I read a report by Forrester Research, Inc. Analyst Nick Hayes called “Revamp Your Social Media Guidelines To Govern Today’s Social Enterprise” (June 2014). Nick makes some excellent points about why it is so important to...more

More Fallout From American Apparel: CEO Refused Mandatory Sexual Harassment Training

Let it never be said that ethics and compliance is a dull field. Some of the stories that happen in it are worthy of Hollywood. In my last post about American Apparel firing CEO Dov Charney, I wrote that this happened after...more

Hot Compliance Training Trends and Best Practices for Engaging Millennials: Gamification, Animation, and More!

It’s not like you don’t have enough to do – it’s like you’ve suddenly become the Chief of Education in addition to the Chief Compliance Officer. You’re expected to be up to date on all the latest trends in adult education....more

Questions and Answers on Title IX and Sexual Violence: Five Key Questions That Have Actually Been Answered – and Five New...

On April 29, 2014, the Office for Civil Rights of the United States Department of Education (“OCR”) issued a “significant guidance document” that sought to address many of the questions that arose in the wake of the April 4,...more

Four Reasons Why Employee Social Media Training Is Essential (Hint: It’s Not Just About Compliance!)

And before I forget, let’s make that effective social media training, shall we? Pam Moore wrote this great article “Social Media Policy & Governance: 17 Tips to Mitigate Social Business Risk.” It’s quite insightful and...more

The CIA’s Epic Failure in Protecting Employees: Culture of Accountability Begins with Mandatory Workplace Harassment Training and...

You’ve probably seen the multiple stories and blogs that were published last week on the sad state of the workplace at the CIA. I read this post on the PBS Newshour site, noting that 15 CIA employees were found to have...more

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