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[Webinar] Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference - November 9th, 5:30am PT

Organizations that focus on creating ethical cultures come out ahead - That’s why this year’s conference theme is Ignite a Winning Workplace Culture. Winning cultures do not happen accidentally – they’re navigated by...more

Trust – the Secret Sauce in Corporate Success?

A recently released ranking of industries by Trust Across America shows that one of the most competitive and financially stressed industries – consumer staples – nevertheless scored highest on a collection of measures that...more

A Formal Introduction to the Five Generations of Employees in Your Workforce

An unprecedented change is happening in our workplaces. In many organizations, up to five generations are currently working together creating a situation that is both full of opportunities and challenges for E&C....more

Our Approach to Culture Assessments

In order for a business conduct and compliance programme to be successful, it must be firmly rooted and supported by company values that are reflected in a strong corporate culture. But even in the best companies, subcultures...more

Understanding the Benefits of Benchmarking & How to Do It Successfully

To begin, let’s define “benchmarking.” There is often confusion regarding the difference between benchmarking and assessment. ...the process of benchmarking is a subset of compliance program assessment....more

Compliance Role in Mitigating Cyber Mayhem

In recent years, attention has been drawn to the impact of cyber and data breaches and the extent to which our organizations remain vulnerable to these threats. The cost of cyber and data security breaches is well known and...more

[Webinar] 2016 Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference - Harnessing the Business Value of an Ethical Culture - November 15th,...

Join professionals in ethics and compliance, human resources, legal, audit and training for the annual 2016 Ethics & Compliance Virtual Conference! Learn strategies to help you build a better governed, more risk-aware, and...more

Employers Wrestling with Discrimination, Workplace Violence and Third Party Vendor Issues, Survey Shows

The winds of social change, the threat of violence in the workplace, and shifting regulations governing workers and third parties are all weighing heavily on employers’ minds. That’s according to a survey of more than 800...more

After the Report: 4 Critical Best Practices for Protecting & Respecting Internal Whistleblowers

One essential element of a strong whistleblower reporting system is often overlooked: communications with reporters—whether reporting anonymously or not—after they have logged their issue or concern. Reporters who feel that...more

Goldman Sachs Cheating Scandal: Lessons for Your Compliance Training Program

The recent Goldman Sachs and JPMorgan cheating scandals teach us some valuable lessons about compliance training. In these headline cases, newly hired junior analysts were caught cheating on internal compliance-related tests...more

Fantasy Sports Scandal Shows Importance of E&C Programs for Growing Companies

A recent scandal rocking the daily sports fantasy industry is another example that shows why companies—particularly young, growing companies—need ethics and compliance programs. Without them, it’s a good bet problems will...more

Real Guidance (Finally) On the Compliance Oversight Role of Boards

New guidance for boards of directors on what it means to have “reasonable oversight” for the implementation and effectiveness of corporate compliance programs could signal the beginning of a global trend towards more—and more...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

6/18/2015  /  Compliance , Ethics , Risk Mitigation , Training

Cultivating a Culture of Compliance eBook

A strong ethical culture is the foundation of a successful compliance program. It is also among the most difficult program elements to define, establish, and maintain over time. Produced by Compliance Week in cooperation...more

Do Your Confidentiality and Employment Agreements Violate SEC Whistleblower Protection Rules?

As the SEC takes aim at whistleblower “pretaliation” (attempts to muzzle whistleblowers via confidentiality and other employment agreements—overt or otherwise) ethics and compliance officers need to take practical steps to...more

Building a Culture-Changing E&C Program: Six Essentials

Compliance programs are effective only to the degree that they help build and support a strong organizational culture. So what does a strong corporate culture look like? And what ethics and compliance tools can help support...more

Ethics in Pharmaceutical Sales: Strengthening Corporate Culture and Preventing False Claims Act Violations

“I didn’t set out to commit a crime. I certainly didn’t set out to hurt anyone… I was kind of a hero, because I helped the company make its numbers every quarter. And I thought I was doing a good thing. I thought I was...more

2015 Trends: #3 Culture (Still) Trumps Compliance

We asked industry experts, colleagues and compliance officers what they believe will be the top issues impacting workplace ethics and corporate compliance programs in 2015. We gathered their best thinking and prepared our...more

Tools & Tips to Help Your Organization Create a Happy, Ethical & Compliant Holiday Season

If you have HR or ethics and compliance responsibilities in your organization, the annual escalation of risks during the holiday season often falls to you to manage. In this article we’ve compiled some practical steps you can...more

11/26/2014  /  Corporate Counsel

Hospitals Have No Room for Error on Policy & Procedure Communications during Fast-Moving Public Health Crises

In 2006, it was Avian flu. In 2009, it was H1N1, also known as swine flu. This year, it’s Ebola. When fast-moving public health crises hit, one issue that always comes under intense scrutiny is a hospitals’ ability to...more

The Research Is In: Busy People Are Less Compliant

Demanding work environments are common today. But new research has identified a previously hidden cost to pressure-filled organizations, says Gretchen Gavett of the Harvard Business Review: “neglecting those secondary tasks...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

Are We Giving Up on Ethics & Compliance Programs?

The recently released 13th Global Fraud Survey from EY notes that, despite an aggressive enforcement environment focused on fraud, bribery and corruption, “the percentage of companies that have anti-bribery/anti-corruption...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

How Does Your Ethics & Compliance Training Measure Up?

For the last five years, NAVEX Global has been proud to provide the industry’s best and most statistically accurate hotline benchmarking data. Our annual reports are a trusted resource for ethics and compliance officers,...more

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