Compliance Communications Blog

 

An Annual Fraud Checkup

4/8/19: With a nod to the CDC’s recommendation that individuals have annual health checkups, Kelly J. Todd argues that companies would do well to conduct their own annual exam – for fraud.  In an article on Accounting Today, Todd provides practical information about the topics a fraud checkup should include. 

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Behavioral Ethics Training for Managers

4/8/19: A post on the Conflict of Interest Blog entitled “Behavioral Ethics Training for Managers” references an article published in the Harvard Business Review about “… everyday unethical behavior.”  According to the referenced article, “Numerous studies have documented the prevalence of practices such as stealing office supplies, inflating business expenditures reports, and engaging in behaviors that raise conflicts of interest.

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A New Step Toward Greater Diversity

4/8/19: In 2017, the Diversity Lab created the Mansfield Rule to encourage law firms to expand their diversity efforts by considering minority and women candidates for leadership positions. Two years later, the rule has been expanded to include in-house legal departments.  

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Customizing Compliance Content: Making Hard Work Easy

3/25/19: Join us for our Exclusive Live Workshop "Customizing Compliance Content: Making Hard Work Easy" on Wednesday April 10th, 2019 at 1:00 PM EDT.

This 30-minute workshop will detail how you can easily customize the content in Compliance Wave's Microlearning Content Libraries.


What You Can Expect:

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DOJ’s Policy on Messaging Apps

3/25/19:  Messaging apps that transmit communications and then self-destruct those same communications are popular, partly because they leave no record. From a business perspective, the technology can be trouble since it fails to retain information that may be necessary, whether for business or for legal and compliance reasons...

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