Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: why whistleblowers are a company’s best friend, the core of an ethics program, the Internet of things, and 4 reasons your payroll will explode soon. Also, eBay’s huge data breach and why leadership trust issues effects performance.
Month: May 2014
As I mentioned in my last blog, I had the opportunity to speak at the North Carolina Auto Dealers Association (NCADA) Controllers Conference recently. The second topic I presented on was “Avoiding Pitfalls in Your Hiring and Termination Processes.” Since this topic crosses over into a number of legal issues, I was joined by […]
It’s complicated. The phrase applies to life, relationships and your workforce. Employees, contractors and third party partners active across your operations weave an intricate web of risk exposure that requires constant attention. Even single-site companies face the challenges of complexity when it comes to managing the compliance of their workforce.
Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: top tips for retaining talent, what boards should know about risk management, the costs of corporate culture, and how ethical behavior makes for smart business. Also, the top ethics and compliance risks for 2014, the proper ways of firing employees, and 6 leadership tips.
This month I had the terrific opportunity to speak at the North Carolina Auto Dealers Association Controllers Conference. This was a new event for NCADA and they had terrific response; in fact they had to turn people away because the event sold out (which had nothing to do with me being there).
Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: FTC defined security standards, 8 important leadership behaviors, why litigation on the rise, preparing for I-9 audits, and the top concerns for healthcare HR departments. Also, taking advantage of employment arbitration, why failure is not an option, the biggest ethical challenges of business today, the […]
No, the title isn’t a “play on words.” It’s a best practice that Matt Kelly of Compliance Week discussed in his blog post, Policy Management Best Practice. For instance, one professional said all of her organization’s policies must be two pages or less. The idea, of course, is to make the policy writer stick to […]
With today’s diverse workforce, employers tend to over train the workforce on everything to cover their bases rather than pick the pieces each individual needs for their job. If employees fail to see how your training or education programs apply to them, their focus may shift elsewhere.