Honoring Juneteenth

For more than 150 years, June 19th has commemorated the effective end of slavery in the United States and is recognized as a day to celebrate freedom. This year, we humbly join in that recognition.

But there is much more that we need to do as a society and NAVEX Global is committed to doing our part in fighting racial injustice and inequality. With this fight comes the need to reflect, listen, learn and come together to impact change.  

Today, we join those in the US and around the world in acknowledging and celebrating Juneteenth.

NAVEX Global Stands Against Racism

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Navigating Risk Assessment Challenges During COVID-19

The pandemic has changed the scope of  business risk assessments in many ways. Risk assessors must rely on a different set of tools, like good relationships with other business units, to get buy-in for needed changes.

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Implementing Title VII Protections for LGBTQ+ Workers

Social justice and equal protection under the law took a big step forward on June 15, when the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that federal civil rights law prohibits workplace discrimination against gay and transgender employees. Corporate compliance officers must now ensure that the Bostock ruling is upheld in their own company’s policies, procedures, and practices. 


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