FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 169-the First Mailbag Issue
FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 157-Training of Third Parties Under the FCPA
Compliance Training for Employees: Trends in GRC
AB1825 Training and Anti-Harassment and Discrimination Training
FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 96-interview with Karen Schuder on the teaching of business ethics
Building an Anti Corruption Compliance Program Practical Steps 2 18 14, 9 02 AM
Monitoring and Auditing Your Anti Corruption Compliance Program
FCPA Training: The Basics
Ethics Laws and the Importance of Transparency for Public Officials
Lessons Learned from the Parker Drilling DPA and Ralph Lauren NPA
Webinar: Investigating and Resolving Sexual Assaults on Campus
In what’s being called the most damaging event in the company’s 140-year history, Toshiba admitted this week to overstating its operating profit by $1.22 billion during the past several years. This staggering figure and...more
Similar to Foreign Corrupt Practices Act enforcement generally, the federal government has expanded what it expects to find in an anti-corruption compliance program.
U.S.-connected companies operating internationally...more
I’m continuously struck by the compliance industry’s challenges around program measurement and reporting. Most recently, it was the annual Compliance Trends Survey from Compliance Week and Deloitte that delivered the bad...more
OCEG Chairman Scott Mitchell talks with Jimmy Lin, Vice President of Product Management and Corporate Development at The Network, about the different channels available to deliver corporate compliance training....more
In this inaugural Mailbag Episode, I field questions from an earlier podcast on the training of third parties under the FCPA. ...more
In this on-demand webcast, The ROI of Compliance Training, David Houlihan, Principal Analyst of Blue Hill Research discusses the underlying business needs and dynamics related to the role of employee engagement in the...more
Laws and regulations draw black lines in often-gray areas. That is their purpose; they exist to make it easier to tell what is “wrong” and what is “right” (as defined by whoever made the law).
The U.S. government has...more
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
In this episode I discuss the training of third parties under the FCPA. I review the DOJ/SEC FCPA Guidance on this issue; the risk ranking of third parties to help deliver your training; the types of training you can utilize...more
Have you considered the topics that you’re NOT going to train your employees on this year? It’s easy to think of all the topics you know you want to cover – or are legally required to cover; the reasons for these courses,...more
How to make the case for implementing third party compliance training in your organization.
A recent article in the San Francisco Chronicle profiled Jay Jorgensen, the new Global Chief of Compliance at Walmart. The...more
By every indication we are about to witness a dramatic leap in technology-enabled ethics and compliance.
Tech Advancement in Key E&C Areas -
Trends and our own client experiences are demonstrating that we are...more
In my last post, “Middle Managers: The Key Messengers For Your Ethics and Compliance Training Program,” I covered the top four challenges middle managers face, and the top three concerns compliance professionals face. With a...more
The most important opportunity for a company to communicate an ethics and compliance message is training. The Board, senior executives, managers and employees are required to watch and hopefully interact with a training...more
The Internet-Age has certainly brought us all “closer” together. Sometimes I long for the old days of rotary telephones, four television channels, and vinyl record players. We never knew how good we had it in those days....more
Happy New Year! I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and a great start to the New Year.
With that said, I hope you’re not suffering from the holiday hangover (and I don’t mean the alcohol-induced kind.) After taking...more
“It was important that we played our game for 90 minutes.” That line was found in a The Daily Telegraph article entitled “The unthinkable scoreline: Brazil 1, Germany 7” by Jeremy Wilson. It was a quote from Mats Hummels,...more
In this video, OCEG Chair Scott Mitchell asks The Network’s VP of Product Management and Corporate Development, Jimmy Lin, to discuss how training is impacting the perception of GRC. As Scott points out, policy, compliance...more
This year, we relaunched our blog with the goal of better serving the ethics and compliance community, providing deeper insights on topics that matter most to E&C professionals, as well as best practices and practical steps...more
We all have heard the problem: Employees want to report their concerns directly to their immediate supervisors (unless the problem relates to the immediate supervisor); Mid-level managers complain that they do not know how to...more
In a recent interview, OCEG‘s Scott Mitchell discusses integrating your compliance training with the entirety of your GRC program (such as your policy management system and whistleblower hotline) with The Network’s Jimmy Lin,...more
Ed. Note-today we have a guest post from noted ethics and compliance expert, as well as steel guitar player, Chris Bauer.
Okay, you know that you need to have effective compliance training but do you really know what...more
A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure of attending the 22nd Annual Ethics and Compliance Conference, hosted by the ECOA. I’m always intrigued by how the topics of a conference tie together; for example, one of the speakers on...more
On September 22, 2014, the Securities and Exchange Commission's (SEC) Office of the Whistleblower announced that it had issued a $30 million bounty payment to a foreign whistleblower. This award is more than double the...more
If you are like most compliance officers, the thought of training your board on compliance risks may make your heart start beating just a little faster—and the task can quickly start to seem insurmountable. After all, it’s...more
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