THE 'APPLE' of GRC
"The Network has delivered a platform that is fresh, beautiful, and simply elegant for the user, adding interface assets that work to engage employees, while providing administrators and executives with the tools needed to truly manage compliance in a proactive fashion."
– Michael Rasmussen, GRC Analyst
Our Purpose & Principles
We at The Network know why we come to work each day. We are on a journey together, to help companies make better workplaces for their employees, because better workplaces lead to happier employees and more successful companies.
Our Purpose & Principles (or the “P&P” as we call them) provide the foundation for that journey. We are unwavering in our commitment to upholding the P&P. They express what is at the heart of The Network and guide our behavior every day.
To help create better workplaces by combining innovative people and industry-leading technology to allow companies to build and promote ethical cultures.
We care about…
Integrity: We hold ourselves to the highest ethical standards.
Each Other: We respect our colleagues and help them succeed.
Our Clients: We earn our clients’ trust and exceed their expectations.
Innovation: We use technology and creativity to build our future.
Balance: We work and play hard, protect our health and conserve our resources.
Accountability: We are self-motivated and accountable to ourselves and each other.
Success: We achieve our goals and celebrate successes, big and small.
Contact us to learn more about how we can help your company achieve your purpose.
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..."