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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

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

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

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

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

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

5 CEO’s Who Should Be Forced To Retake Anti Bribery Training

5 CEO’s Who SIn my last blog I wrote about billionaire Bernie Ecclestone bribing his way out of a bribery sentence; I’m still shaking my head on that one. Sadly, he is not the only mega rich businessman behaving badly,...more

Compliance Training Is Also About What You CAN Do

Lauren Connell, Managing Associate at The Volkov Law Group, joins us again for a posting about positive training — what you can do as opposed to what you cannot do. Her profile is here and she can be reached at...more

Happy Birthday Dodd-Frank: The Whistleblower Program Milestones and How They’ve Impacted Business Ethics Training

Did you have some cake? Break out the balloons? While it’s hard to believe, it is true. Our little Dodd-Frank, signed into law by President Obama in 2010, is already four years old and about ready for pre-school. Although we...more

Five Essential Improvements to Corporate Governance

Continuing with my list theme for the week, it is important to remind everyone that a culture of compliance begins with the board of directors, filters to the CEO who commits to promoting ethics and compliance in the company,...more

How Vendors Can Add Value to Your Resource-Constrained Ethics And Compliance Training Program

Too many times we see the providers of ethics and compliance services disappear after they have sold an ethics and compliance training program or ethics and compliance policy management system. ...more

Five Ways for CCOs to Enhance Their Professional Qualifications and Status

Chief Compliance Officers are the rising professional stars in the corporate employment landscape (along with IT professionals who have practical perspectives). The profession is at an important test – where will the...more

Building an Anti Corruption Compliance Program Practical Steps 2 18 14, 9 02 AM [Video]

Companies face many risks in the anti-corruption enforcement arena. With the growing globalization of anti-corruption enforcement, companies are responding quickly by enhancing their anti-corruption compliance...more

Who Should Take Conflict of Interest Training?

The other day I wrote about antitrust training and I opened with describing how it is one of the less popular training topics, or at least I perceive it to be. I never thought I’d get remotely interested in something like...more

10 Tips for Preventing Third-Party Harassment and Discrimination

Workplace harassment is a serious issue, whether it involves unwanted sexual advances or derogatory remarks about a person's race or skin color. Employment laws hold employers responsible for ensuring that the workplace is...more

NBA Scores Hit With Music Video Fan Code of Conduct – Why Not Apply The Same Concept To Business Ethics Training?

I haven’t been to an Atlanta Hawk’s basketball game this season, but apparently they are heating it up with their video fan Codes of Conduct. In November, the Hawks released a video Code of Conduct, modifying Robin Thicke’s...more

Millennial-proofing HR, IT and Compliance Training Programs

Here it comes, another blog on millennials. Are you tired of hearing about them yet? I know I’m getting tired of them, and they’re only now just starting their infiltration of our workplaces. I remember when it felt cool to...more

Practitioners Share Their Top Ethics & Compliance Training Objective -- And It's Not What You Might Expect

Ninety percent of survey respondents from NAVEX Global's 2014 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report, cited their top ethics and compliance training objective as “Create a culture of ethics and respect.” This was...more

Career Moments Are On The Rise, Mitigate Your Risk With Compliance Training

Have you ever heard of a “career moment”? A career moment is defined as a moment in an employee’s career that represents some form of major change. Last week we hosted two regional events, one in Chicago and one in...more

Bringing It All Home, the Two Tough Cookies Wrap It Up For You, Part I

We’ve talked a lot in our Tales from the Crypt about the signs to watch for that indicate something’s gone wrong, from minor cultural twists to lapses of integrity that are tantamount to criminal activity. We all wish we had...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

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

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