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Monday, July 27, 2015

Toshiba debacle restates case for tone at the top

By David Bogoslaw

Companies are reducing ethics and compliance training for senior executives and board members at their own risk

Toshiba's tragic fall from grace is a cautionary tale of which all public companies should take note. It also serves as the latest warning about corporate cultures that set aggressive performance targets without also stressing the obligation for ethical conduct.

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Wednesday, July 22, 2015

They're Just Not Into Ethics

By Rebekah Mintzer

A company can have a top-flight ethics and compliance team, mountains of cash in its E&C budget and the most high-tech compliance monitoring systems around, but without sufficient training for employees, all of that probably won't mean very much.

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Tuesday, July 14, 2015

The Morning Risk Report: Compliance Training Time Drops for Boards, Executives

by Samuel Rubenfeld

Compliance training time for senior corporate leaders and boards has declined in the past year, according to a survey due to be released July 21 by NAVEX Global, an ethics and compliance software and services firm. The survey, of 677 ethics and compliance professionals, found that senior leader training dropped by nearly 90 minutes, and board-level training has dropped by an hour, in the past year.

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Thursday, June 25, 2015

Employers are struggling to manage hundreds of policies

By Tom Starner

Despite their critical importance on so many levels, organizational policies are not getting the attention they deserve, according to a recent research report.

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Wednesday, June 17, 2015

Ombuds programs: creating a culture of trust rather than compliance

By David Bogoslaw

With employees increasingly wary of retaliation from managers or co-workers for whistleblowing, ombuds function's safe space may increase surfacing of misconduct.

In one of the final episodes of Mad Men, Joan Harris gets some invaluable advice that helps her navigate an uncomfortable situation at a new ad agency, where she has discovered systemic sexism. Joan happened to have access to that kind of guidance from someone in her private life with lots of business experience, but employees at most companies aren’t as fortunate.

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Friday, June 12, 2015

FIFA Fallout Has Banks Fearing Due Diligence Failures

by Joe Mont 

All over the world, media outlets have detailed the bribery scandal that toppled leadership of the Fédération Internationale de Football Association, the international governing body of professional soccer.

In May, the Justice Department indicted 14 people on corruption charges. Among the allegations are that Jack Warner, FIFA's former vice president, accepted a $10 million bribe to secure South Africa’s bid to host the 2010 World Cup.

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Tuesday, June 2, 2015

Resolving Compliance and HR Turf Wars

by Jaclyn Jaeger

Compliance and human resources have been battling the same turf war for years, tussling over which function owns company culture. The truth is that they both have a crucial role to play.

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Monday, May 11, 2015

Manufacturing's Temporary Worker Boom

By Laura Putre

In the southeastern United States, the only thing rarer than an autumn without super-storms is a certified forklift driver who likes to move from job to job, make less than a permanent employee and not have company-provided health benefits.

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Monday, May 4, 2015

This is the latest way employers mask age bias, lawyers say


“Young people are just smarter,” Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, famously said on a conference stage in 2007 when he was 22. In 2013, Facebook settled a lawsuit with California’s Fair Employment and Housing Department for posting an employment ad that stated “Class of 2007 or 2008 preferred.”

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