Webinars, Events and Podcasts
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Driving a Culture of Compliance by Engaging Employees
No amount of well-crafted policies or well-designed technical controls can make up for a staff that doesn’t understand the importance of ethics and compliance. Beyond simply attesting to and following guidelines, employees should understand your organization’s values so they can make good decisions when controls and policies are inadequate.
Borrowing from cutting-edge research on consumer engagement as well as current industry best practices, this complimentary Webinar explores practical ways to get employees actively participating in ethics and compliance efforts. Our discussion includes topics such…
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Insider Trading : Complying with Securities Law
As long as there have been equity markets, there has been insider trading. It’s an issue that markets face globally, undermining investor confidence and the integrity of the investment system. Enforcing insider trading laws has become a top priority for the federal government. As a result, this issue is also a training priority for many companies.
This on-demand presentation explores the current state of insider trading issues and the ways you can engage your employees so that your organization is compliant. The webinar emphasizes that an…
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Conducting Global HR Investigations (OCEG Webinar)
When a situation arises requiring HR to launch an investigation, it is often a crisis. Reacting without forethought in the heat of the moment can lead to rushed, unplanned and ineffective investigations that can even make a situation even worse.
Understanding how to ask the right questions in the right way, preserving evidence and avoiding pitfalls is the key to successful outcomes resulting in the reduction of discrimination and retaliation claims.
Join our panel of experts for a discussion about these issues and more:
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | Preventing Retaliation With a Speak Up Culture (OCEG Webinar)
Retaliation against employees is a much broader activity than most people understand, and legal actions related to retaliation are more pervasive than many managers and executives realize. The number of retaliation claims filed against U.S. companies outnumbered race discrimination charges filed with the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for the first time in 2010, according to the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) analysis of EEOC records. In 2011, more than one-third (37,334) of the nearly 100,000 workplace discrimination charges filed with the EEOC consisted…
The Network and BDO Consulting Release Fourth Quarter 2012 Corporate Fraud Index
The Network and BDO Consulting have released the Corporate Quarterly Fraud Index for the fourth quarter of 2012. Fraud Reporting Percentage (FRP) decreased slightly from the third quarter of 2012, when fraud reporting set a record high, but rose year-over-year. “Unfortunately, fraud and corporate malfeasance continue to threaten the workplace, in terms of revenue, reputation and employee morale,” said Luis Ramos, CEO of The Network....
Set Example, Train Employees To Build Ethical Culture
In a recent Investor's Business Daily article, Luis Ramos, CEO of The Network, says that ethics compliance should not be viewed as a cost without benefit. "The goal isn't just to say you trained your people. It’s to make sure they understand..."