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Thursday, February 19, 2015

Not getting calls to your whistleblower hotline? If your firm’s big enough, you should be

A common best practice for dealing with the SEC’s whistleblower rule is to offer a hotline for anonymous reporting (IA Watch, June 4, 2012). IA Watch finds few of these hotlines actually attract callers – and that’s not good.   “If they’re not getting any calls, that’s a problem,” says Carrie Penman.”

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Friday, January 30, 2015

New False Claims Act theories raise the stakes for healthcare providers

By Ed Ellis, Shareholder, Whistleblowing and Retaliation, and Rob Wolff, Shareholder, Healthcare, Littler Mendelson P.C

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Corruption Currents: Social Media Firms Are Buzzkill to Marijuana Biz



A report looks at steps compliance people can take to address issues raised in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission’s annual report on its whistleblower program. (Navex Global)

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

The right way to talk about things like Ferguson at work

By Ingrid Fredeen

Over the past several months, the tragic shooting of Michael Brown by Darren Wilson has been all over the news. The decision not to indict Officer Wilson sparked a wave of violence, and now a movement of protestors who are speaking out against police brutality. Sadly, Michael Brown’s story is now only part of the conversation on race and police violence, with the deaths of Akai Gurley, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and others becoming part of the tragic list.

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Tuesday, December 9, 2014

Seasonal Employees Can Bring Not-So-Merry Risks

By Joe Mont

Companies across America have been on a hiring spree lately, filling jobs to take advantage of the busy holiday shopping season. Seasonal hiring is primarily a human resources matter as thousands of temporary workers pile in, but compliance does need to play a role even for the few months holiday help is around.

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Tuesday, November 25, 2014

Whistleblowing: What Industry Leaders Need to Know and Do

By Carrie S. Penman, NAVEX Global

Stories about whistleblowing and retaliation are front page news these days. The SEC has recently given multi-million dollar rewards to whistleblowers and levied fines and penalties on organizations that have engaged in retaliation against employees who raise concerns. The power and utility industry has been aware of these issues for decades. For too long, corporate cultures of accountability have been scuttled, and with negative results.

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Thursday, November 20, 2014

Six degrees of separation and third-party management

By Diane Brown, NAVEX Global

Establishing a third-party anti-corruption program clearly outlines company expectations from suppliers and the process for dealing with failures.

Who are your business partners? Not an easy question to answer today when contractors have contractors and subcontractors. Today’s supply chain can look like the aerospace version of six degrees of separation. The web of potential failure points has expanded exponentially, and so have the associated risks. 

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Tuesday, November 18, 2014

Making Codes of Conduct More Usable and Engaging

By Karen Kroll

Many companies are looking to breathe more life into their staid and dusty codes of conduct.

Not too long ago, many company’s codes of conduct read like a “thesaurus,” running for pages and filled with complex words, says Diane Brown, vice president and head of operations for advisory services at NAVEX Global. Little consideration was given to how often employees actually used them. “They were the book end on the book shelf,” she says.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Vista Equity Partners to acquire NAVEX Global

NAVEX Global, a major player in the compliance sector, is being acquired by Vista Equity Partners


NAVEX Global, a major player in the compliance sector, is being acquired by Vista Equity Partners.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Portland ethics software maker gets a well-heeled owner

Similar coverage in OregonStateNews.net

By Malia Spencer                                         

Ethics and compliance software maker NAVEX Global is going from one private equity owner to another.

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