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Recovering from an Ethics Breach | 5 Steps the CECO Should Take to Rebuild (Part 2)

An ethics breach can be difficult to bounce back from, but is much less so when Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers (CECOs) have taken the time to establish relationships and put a worst-case-scenario plan on paper before a breach ever occurs. Kathleen Edmond, partner at Robins Kaplan LLP, and The Network’s own Vice President of Training & Communications, …

Recovering from an Ethics Breach | 5 Steps the CECO Should Take to Rebuild (Part 1)

The role of the Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer (CECO) is constantly evolving, especially as ethics and compliance become increasingly essential. Most can agree that the majority of CECOs’ work focuses on prevention, but the conversation gets heated when discussing the CECO’s role in a company’s recovery from an ethics breach. Kathleen Edmond, …

Anti Bribery Compliance Training and Policies For Global Companies: Localize or Standardize?

One of the top priorities for compliance professionals today is training their global workforces on anti corruption and anti bribery, particularly in those areas of the world in which these practices represent cultural norms. In international business, employees can find themselves in high-risk, low-integrity geographies where ethical “gray areas” …

July FCPA Compliance Digest | Bonus: Global Anti-Corruption News

July was a quiet month for FCPA compliance news. There were some rumors that the SEC and DOJ were in the process of revising A Resource Guide to the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, but unfortunately The FCPA Blog shut down those rumors with a detailed look at the “changes.” Luckily things are a little more active in the global anti-corruption …

July Whistleblower Digest | News Your CCO Needs to Know

This month’s digest features whistleblower collections for a corporate insider who helped solve a fraud case and for five individuals who uncovered a False Claims Act violation. This digest also features a section of news targeted to your CCO, including the suspension of an investment adviser firm president for failing to provide his CCO with necessary …

How Did This End Up On My Desk? | Anti Bribery Compliance Panel Recap

“How did this end up on my desk?” Richard Bistrong, former front-line international businessman, contemplated at a panel last Thursday, how a letter had reached him from the Procurement Task Force of the United Nations Office of Internal Oversight Services. The Task Force requested his cooperation for an investigation being conducted about corrupt …

Our July Picks for the Top 10 Ethics and Compliance Articles You Don’t Want to Miss

Picking this month’s top 10 was really, really hard. However, since I knew you wouldn’t appreciate a 12 page list of recommendations, I forced myself to narrow it down. Here are July’s top ten articles we think you shouldn’t miss. 1. The Characteristics of Corrupt Corporate Cultures The Global Anticorruption Blog Remember when I shared with …

The Key to Fostering Employee Engagement in Workplace Harassment Training

OCEG Chair Scott Mitchell and The Network’s VP of Product Management and Corporate Development, Jimmy Lin, discuss how to foster engagement around areas that affect companies of all sizes, such as workplace harassment training. They also address the particular challenges of AB1825 training, the harassment and discrimination training mandated in California. …

Anti Bribery Compliance Tactics Learned Behind Bars | 6 Ways to Protect Your Front-Line Employees from Temptation (Part 3)

“Bribery is a crime of opportunity,” says Matt Ellis, author of How to Pay a Bribe. Two parties in the right place at the right time could convince themselves that the benefits of any deal far outweigh the risks and consequences of getting caught. This intersection is where well-meaning employees can inadvertently cross the line. Employees may find …

Anti Bribery Compliance Tactics Learned Behind Bars | 6 Ways to Protect Your Front-Line Employees from Temptation (Part 2)

You’re unlikely to take advice about running a marathon from someone who has never participated. Sure, he can tell you that you need to drink a lot of water and eat a banana to avoid dehydration and cramping, but if he hasn’t passed out at Mile 22 from a much-too-painful charley horse and couldn’t finish the race, the threat seems less imminent …
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