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Recovering from an Ethics Breach | 5 Steps the CECO Should Take to Rebuild (Part 1)

The role of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO) is constantly evolving, especially as ethics and compliance become increasingly essential. Most can agree that the majority of CECOs’ work focuses on prevention, but...more

4 Phases of an Effective Implementation and Change Management Plan: Expert Advice When Changing to a New Compliance Service...

Thinking of making the move over to a new compliance service provider can seem like a tedious project to tackle. However, compliance organizations are tasked to find innovative ways to track and manage compliance...more

Anti Bribery Compliance Training and Policies For Global Companies: Localize or Standardize?

One of the top priorities for compliance professionals today is training their global workforces on anti corruption and anti bribery, particularly in those areas of the world in which these practices represent cultural norms....more

Top Ten Resources for Engaging Your Board in Your Ethics & Compliance Program

Resources to help you engage your board of directors in the success of your ethics and compliance program. A successful board engagement strategy can help ethics and compliance professionals gain significant program...more

Ethics & Compliance Training: 2015 Benchmark Report

NAVEX Global’s Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report covers benchmarks such as budget size, FTEs, training topics and formats—as well as top training trends, challenges and more— to help you: · Evaluate the...more

Ethics & Compliance Training Best Practice FAQs: Top Five Questions from the Training Benchmark Webinar Answered

During our recent webinar (now available on-demand), we provided an in-depth tour through the findings of our 2015 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report. Webinar attendees asked a number of valuable questions on...more

Toshiba Scandal Underscores the Importance of a Speak-Up Culture

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

3 Ways to Improve Compliance Training

As the compliance profession matures and evolves, the elements of an effective compliance program follow a similar pattern. Compliance training programs have become more sophisticated over the last five years, as...more

Legal Issues Business Leaders Need to Know in 2015: Top 10 Checklist

A compilation of time-sensitive and trending legal and regulatory issues that general counsels and business leaders should be aware of in 2015. Employers Should be Aware of Multigenerational Workforce Risk - For...more

Preview of NAVEX Global’s 2015 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Survey Findings

While most ethics and compliance officers work hard to keep their training programs effective, they struggle to find answers to many questions, including: - How well is my training program adapting to the needs of an...more

Confederate Flag Controversy & Fostering Respectful Workplace Conversations

Best practices for fostering respectful workplace conversations. Considered a symbol of Southern pride by some and a symbol of racism by others, the Confederate flag has been a source of extreme controversy for at least...more

What the Government Expects to Find in an Anti-Corruption Compliance Program

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

Four Compliance Metrics That Need to Die: Empty Metrics that Aren’t Worth Tracking or Reporting

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

That Really Happened? Using Sanitized Cases to Make Ethics & Compliance Concepts Real

Learn how and why to incorporate anonymized ethics and compliance cases into your ethics and compliance program to make E&C concepts real to employees. There has been quite a bit of buzz lately about the use of sanitized...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 169-the First Mailbag Issue [Video]

In this inaugural Mailbag Episode, I field questions from an earlier podcast on the training of third parties under the FCPA. ...more

Campus SaVE Regulations Take Effect July 1, 2015: Are You Ready?

The Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 (“VAWA”) amended the Clery Act by imposing new obligations on institutions of higher education under VAWA’s Campus Sexual Violence Act (“Campus SaVE”) provision. The...more

How to Integrate Ethics and Compliance Training with General Skills Training

In an ideal world, every employee would receive both ample general skills training and an abundance of ethics and compliance training. In reality, it’s difficult enough to find the time for an employee to receive the bare...more

Measuring the Effectiveness of Compliance Training & Communications

When you’re thinking about how to measure the effectiveness of your compliance training program, you may already have some of the more obvious metrics in place, such as completion rates for compliance training courses or...more

Seven Tools for Preventing Retaliation in the Workplace

What are you doing to prevent and address employee retaliation claims? Protections against retaliation in the workplace are part of the ACA, ADA, False Claims Act, FLSA, Workers Compensation Acts and many more laws...more

FCPA Compliance and Ethics Report-Episode 157-Training of Third Parties Under the FCPA [Video]

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

When Designing Your Compliance Training Program, Consider When NOT to Train

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

FLIR FCPA Action Highlights: Continued Focus on Penalizing Improper Expenditures for Government Officials

FLIR Systems, Inc. (“FLIR”), a publicly traded company based in Oregon, agreed to pay approximately $9.5 million to settle allegations of violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (“FCPA”) on April 8, 2015. The U.S....more

Insights from the E.U.—Creating and Sustaining a Strong Organisational Culture

Earlier this month I had the opportunity to moderate three roundtables across Europe—in Copenhagen, Paris and London—where more than 30 leading ethics and compliance executives discussed their challenges and opportunities...more

Seven Training Imperatives to Address Your Biggest Cyber Security Risk: Employee Behavior

One of your best defenses against a cyber attack? Your employees. Make sure they are trained on their role in protecting your organization. There are pros and cons to the digital world that we all live in. Pros include...more

What Scuba Diving Can Teach You About Policy Management: Three Key Lessons

What do policy management and scuba diving have in common? The need to mitigate risk, use the right equipment and prioritize training. You might not imagine that scuba diving and policy management could have much in...more

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