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Death by Overwork in Japan: Cultivating a Healthy Workforce From Across the World

In the wake of increased international focus on karoshi—a common Japanese term meaning “death by overwork”—Japan’s government and business leaders alike agree that Japan’s “culture of overwork” is a critical issue in need of...more

Addressing Workplace Harassment in an Age of Heightened Awareness - Four Steps Employers Can Take Now

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

The hashtag #MeToo started a long-overdue, nationwide conversation about sexual harassment. It is a source of strength for those who have suffered silently, and revelations about new high-profile harassment cases are emerging...more

How Well Do Your Anti-Harassment Tools Work Overseas?

by Littler on

The 2017 tsunami of high-profile sex harassment allegations against politicians, entertainers and news reporters has employers rethinking their approach to eradicating workplace harassment. And this issue is global—the news...more

Practical Ethics – The New Way to Advance an Ethical Culture

by Michael Volkov on

I have always been struck by the “feel good” advocacy and advice from so-called ethics “experts.” Sure, it is great to talk about moral values, ethical principles, and other high-minded ideas that inspire an audience to...more

Compliance Under the New FCPA Enforcement Policy – Final Thoughts

by Thomas Fox on

Over the past few posts I have been exploring the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) new policy regarding Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in a speech, called it the FCPA...more

New FCPA Enforcement Policy Ends the Compliance Defense Debate

by Thomas Fox on

As I continue my exploration of the new Department of Justice (DOJ) policy regarding Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement, the FCPA Corporate Enforcement Policy (Policy), one of the things that struck me was the...more

Compliance Under the New FCPA Enforcement Policy – Compliance Expertise

by Thomas Fox on

Last week, the Department of Justice (DOJ) premiered a new policy regarding Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) enforcement. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in a speech, called it the FCPA Corporate Enforcement...more

The Mummy and Compliance: Lessons for Compliance Officers and Corporate Leaders from the Universal Classic Movie

by Thomas Fox on

What compliance lessons to be learned from the classic Universal Pictures movie, the Mummy?...more

What Happened?!? Five Reasons Why Your Sexual Harassment Training Isn't Working

by Rumberger Kirk & Caldwell on

Each day brings news about yet another sexual harassment claim against a high-profile and powerful man. Just to name a few in the broadcasting industry: Bill O’Reilly, Charlie Rose, and now Matt Lauer. As women continue to...more

#MeToo: Addressing allegations of sexual harassment in the workplace and shaping company culture

by Bricker & Eckler LLP on

Sexual harassment claims are making headlines at an unprecedented rate, with new allegations being made nearly every day. Just this week, NBC News announced that it fired Matt Lauer, the face of the Today Show for over two...more

Revisiting Your Sexual Harassment Policy During the #MeToo Uprising

by Littler on

Unlawful sexual harassment, long a problem in the workplace, has become the most visible employment issue in corporate America. Victims of sexual harassment are emboldened to speak up, as they should. ...more

Day 20 of One Month to 360 Degrees of Communication in Compliance - What have we learned?

by Thomas Fox on

I entitled this month’s podcast series as “360-degrees of communication in compliance” because it has occurred to me that you can have an ongoing discussion about compliance at all times. Previously, I had thought of...more

More Compliance Lessons from Wells Fargo-FOREX Trades

by Thomas Fox on

At some point, you must ask just how corrupt is an organization? What does the tone from top which says to make your numbers at all cost, translate to in operationalization? Unfortunately, we have seen yet another dramatic...more

Matt Lauer Too? Unlike Cats, VIPs No Longer Have Nine Lives

by Carlton Fields on

Accusers of Harvey Weinstein were catalysts for an important national dialogue on sexual harassment. Weinstein’s company reportedly knew of his behavior and settled multiple harassment claims against the former mogul. By all...more

Your Daily Dose of Financial News

by Robins Kaplan LLP on

More trouble for Wells Fargo, this time involving its Forex operation, which an internal investigation revealed was plagued by routine overcharging of customers and other questionable practices by bankers engaged in a battle...more

Curse of The Mummy and of Continuing a Failing Strategy

by Thomas Fox on

By putting a process in place to test, check and then recheck the findings as a project progresses; you can place your organization in a better position to change things that are not working. The Department of Justice’s...more

Where is Compliance at Uber?

by Thomas Fox on

I am tempted to write something along the lines of “another month, another scandal at Uber” but I do not think that would really help any compliance professional or business executive learn from the latest FUBAR announced by...more

WARNING: A Tsunami of Sexual Harassment Complaints Are on the Way

You can take this one to the bank. Complaints of sexual harassment will rise significantly as a result of the sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein and related media coverage. ...more

This Week in FCPA-Episode 77, the Home for the Holidays Edition

by Thomas Fox on

Jay and I return for a wide-ranging discussion on some of the top compliance and ethics related stories of the week, including: 1. The DOJ/SEC FCPA Guidance turned 5 years old this week. For the compliance practitioner,...more

The Rise of Smartphone-Fueled, Social-Media-Addicted Smartphone Zombies

by Shipman & Goodwin LLP on

Yesterday, I had the opportunity to speak to the IASA Northeastern Conference on a favorite topic of mine of late — Privacy and Data Breaches in the workplace. Of course, that sounds kinda of boring....more

Putting Ethics Back Into Compliance (Part IV of IV)

by Michael Volkov on

My final posting on this week’s ethics series is a call to action for all compliance professionals. Every compliance officer should insist on and embrace a title – “Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer.” Some larger...more

Using Movie Clips to Expand Your Compliance Classroom

by Thomas Fox on

Create unforgettable teachable moments - Instead of having lawyers drone on, giving forgettable instructions on ethics, culture and honesty; they will clearly enjoy a scene of a star like Leonardo DiCaprio bluffing his way...more

Now Hear This: Preventing Sexual Harassment Claims

by Burr & Forman on

It seems that almost every day, another high-profile executive, politician or celebrity has now been accused of scandalous sexual harassment directed at subordinate employees. This topic not only increases news ratings, its...more

The 10 Hallmarks of an Effective Compliance Program: Still the Foundation

by Thomas Fox on

The joint Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) 2012 FCPA Guidance came out five years ago this month. As a commentator focusing on the doing of compliance, we should pause to once again...more

Six Specific Areas to Embed and Promote Business Ethics (Part III of IV)

by Michael Volkov on

The challenge for corporations is to build practical approaches to business ethics and its specific corporate values. Business ethics as a field is all well and good but we need to start sharing specific and practical...more

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