Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: strengthening your workplace ethic, keeping your employees happy, driving bans on Google Glass use and what keeps energy & utility exec’s up at night. Also, controlling your third parties, OSHA’s 2014 inspection plan, no-look compliance in F&I and the lack of ethics in PR.
Month: February 2014
Congratulations to Rick Case Automotive Group for winning our NADA Booth Daily Drawing. Rick Case Automotive has won a cool $297* to donate to their favorite charity, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Broward County.
This week in Houston, Texas, leaders within the energy and utilities industry have gathered for the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics’ annual Utilities and Energies Compliance and Ethics Conference, where hot topics include standards of conduct and governance. Ahead of the conference, we polled cross-industry experts to weigh in on the top compliance tips […]
Congratulations to Browning Auto Group for winning our NADA Booth Drawing! Browning Auto Group has won $297* to donate to their favorite charity, Frontsight Ministry.
Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: a shareholder’s five lines of defense, reducing employee turnover in long-term care, guidance on understanding cyber-security risks, the business ethics of Girl Scout cookies, and why dealers should think before acting.
From the Desk of David Childers – Will Google Glass and Small Packet Video Revolutionize the Way We Train?
Just as Netflix, iTunes and YouTube revolutionized the delivery of rich media, the same concepts and tools are changing the way we can think about training. Every organization has training programs and activities to ensure that their stakeholders (employees, vendors, suppliers, agents, clients, etc.) understand their policies, procedures, requirements and general behavior expectations.