Build a truly global Code of Conduct.
Many of today’s compliance leaders are increasing their understanding of the important distinction between companies that “do business overseas” and those that are true global organizations, and are rethinking their approach to compliance as a result. This is nowhere more apparent than in the growing number of employers looking to create a truly global Code of Conduct.
It is tempting to believe that a global Code is simply a broader version of the Codes many organizations developed with a US workforce in mind. But as challenging as writing a US-based Code is, a global Code of Conduct creates a very different set of challenges.
In this whitepaper, you’ll learn:
- Why a global Code of Conduct is different
- The unique challenges creating a global Code presents
- The process of constructing a global Code
- Whether your organization has a global mindset, and how that may impact your Code creation process
- 4 considerations to keep in mind when engaging local leaders
Scott Schneider is The Network’s Vice President of Major Accounts. Scott practiced law for national law firms for 10 years, representing aerospace industry clients on environmental and compliance-related matters in Los Angeles. Scott has worked in the compliance industry for 15 years, focusing exclusively on supporting clients in their selection and implementation of internet-based compliance solutions. He has managed relationships with Fortune 500 companies, written on compliance-related issues and written content for widely used online compliance training courses. At The Network, Scott has overall responsibility for client engagement and managing The Network’s relationships with the new clients in the Midwest Region.
Pia Adolphsen is The Network’s Associate Manager of Marketing Content Strategy. Pia leads content strategy at The Network. Previously, she led client advocacy and marketing initiatives in the competitive intelligence industry.
Cindy Knezevich is The Network’s Vice President of Marketing Operations. Cindy is one of The Network’s internal GRC experts. She is responsible for creating and executing The Network’s marketing strategy, including demand generation, public relations, social media, web marketing and analyst relations.