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2018 Ethics & Compliance Training Benchmark Report

Managing Culture & Free Speech in Polarizing Times

Employee culture and free speech

Today people have a lot to talk about – from religion, terrorism, immigration, race equality, justice, harassment and equal treatment. Discussion is healthy and necessary, however, it can get heated and disrespectful quickly. Learn why the workplace is not the best forum for these conversations, and why now is the time for employers to address it head-on. 


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How the Tipping Point on Personal Misconduct Actually Tipped

Corporate America has recently fired a number of senior executives and superstar employees over misconduct. Learn why these departures are happening now and what it means for ethics and compliance programs moving forward.


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What Is an Internal Control, Really?

Understanding what an internal control is at an abstract level is key for compliance officers who want to design a system of internal control that is actually effective — one that works with whatever facts of business life your particular organization has.


Managing Employee Risk Demands Data, Not Guesswork

Quantifying corporate culture requires determining the risk posed by each individual employee and employee group. Imprecise methods for measuring employee risk provides a high-level perspective but not actionable direction. Learn why a framework of data and analytics is necessary to improving workplace culture and reducing employee risk.


Whistleblower Hotlines Decrease the Cost & Duration of Corporate Fraud Schemes

The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners’ Report to the Nations raises compelling points about the importance of whistleblowers and hotline reporting in the detection of organizational fraud. Jacob Parks, associate general counsel of ACFE, shares insights on the correlation between whistleblower hotline reporting and the length and cost of corporate fraud schemes.