Is Your Current Ethics & Compliance Training Program a Waste of Money?

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As we’ve stated in a prior blog, training is the single largest compliance budget category, and is one of the most visible program investments. In a 2013 Corporate Executive Board Survey on compliance training effectiveness, only 44 percent of employees “agreed” or “strongly agreed” that the compliance training they had received was informative (defined as training that “raises my awareness and/or understanding of compliance and ethics issues.”) Forty-four percent.  So, essentially, most companies are investing a huge portion of their compliance program budget for a failing grade in training effectiveness!

In order to be informative, it is critical that your training uses innovative themes, engaging storylines and dynamic characters to create a learning experience that your employees will enjoy.  NAVEX Global offers a modern approach to communicating with today’s workers. Our courses feature contemporary content and quality that matches what learners see outside ethics and compliance.  Quality, not quantity, defines our strategy. With a library of topics covering only the most relevant and pressing workplace compliance topics, our courses are refreshed often and core titles are rebuilt every two years.

In our Courseware Catalog, you will find detailed descriptions for each of our 130+ learning solutions including full-length courses and short-form Burst Learning vignettes.

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