The Hunt Is On!We’ve hidden Easter eggs throughout the web site. Can you find them? We’ll send you a delicious treat if you can.We’ve recently redesigned our web site to add some great corporate compliance resources. What a great excuse to check out the new resources available to you if there’s chocolate involved?
Month: February 2016
A company cannot be compliant if the CEO is not 100% behind the end goal of compliance… as well as the measures in place to get there. We’ve found five articles that demonstrate the benefits of compliance at the top as well as the downside of a non-compliant CEO.
5 Hidden Easter Eggs in a Well-Executed Compliance Program A well-executed corporate compliance program: that’s the goal for many compliance professionals. And there are a number of tangible benefits that most people can see once you put one in place. Your regulatory risk goes down. The threat of litigation dries up. Your workforce is safer […]
These days “corporate culture” is a hot issue. With the widespread use of sites like LinkedIn, Glassdoor and Indeed current and former employees can comment about the pros and cons of the company and even rate the CEO. Companies are finding it is more important than ever to create an environment that is engaging and […]
Here’s this week’s question:Should the compliance budget be tied to profit? What if you are an organization that has no or little profit are they still affected by this?
Here’s this week’s compliance question: We’re a third party vendor (a DBO escrow company). Are we responsible for CMS compliance?
Guideline to building a corporate compliance program that will keep you out of hot water. Any discussion about effective corporate compliance programs should consider what the U.S. Federal Sentencing Guidelines (USFSG) outlines if your company finds itself in a situation of negotiating fees and penalties with regulators or prosecutors.