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Reducing Violence Risk in the Workplace

9/9/19:  No company can guarantee a safe workplace, just like no company can guarantee compliant behavior by every employee and third party.  There are actions companies can take, however...

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New York’s New Law Against Discrimination and Harassment

9/9/19:  Sometimes it is the state, not the federal, government that sets the standard for legislation and enforcement.  A post on the Law and the Workplace website hosted by the law firm Proskauer outlines new legislation in New York that “… includes numerous measures regarding discrimination and harassment in all forms (not just sexual harassment) in the workplace.”

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Beyond Voice and Email

8/26/19:  Adam Turteltaub explains in a post on The Compliance and Ethics Blog, “there is an explosion of new technologies such as Slack and Microsoft Teams being deployed with the goal of increasing collaboration and productivity.”  Turteltaub’s post centers on a podcast featuring Robert Cruz, Managing Director at technology company Smarsh...

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California Sets New Standard for Privacy

8/26/19: Without a national law for data security, privacy and breach notification, California has passed its own state law taking on those issues: the California Consumer Privacy Act.  Originally set to take effect on January 1, 2020, the implementation data has been moved to July 1, giving companies an extra six months to develop their responses...

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Is Your Compliance Program Fair?

8/26/19: The “fairness” of a compliance program isn’t often the first consideration of compliance professionals or even enforcement personnel.  In a post on the Compliance and Ethics blog, Tom Fox explains why it should be...

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