Compli Cares just finished our quarterly volunteer event and I must say, it was an exhausting, but incredibly fruitful experience. We were lucky to assist Neighborhood House in their mission to bring neighbors together to reduce hunger and homelessness.
Month: May 2016
We’ve all been there. You’re installing or updating an app. Suddenly, something interrupts your progress. Your screen goes dark and up pops a box containing a wall of black on white text titled, “Software License Agreement.”
When I was a newbie to the corporate compliance industry, I sometimes struggled to understand exactly what compliance meant and what it looked like. The language of compliance is often so riddled with legalese that my eyes tend to glaze over when reading it. For example, “Instead of the theretofore almost universally used amortized cost […]
HR and Compliance Teams: You both need a rock star onboarding program. When your new employee comes on board through a well thought out program, both teams win. HR Wins because they are doing their part to keep turnover low. And this saves your company valuable resources (making you look like a rock star).
This may ring a bell: You have a meeting in two days with the leadership team and you’re tasked with providing the status of the company’s workforce compliance program. Your team (and quite often it is a “team of one”) needs to quickly extract information from several different corporate systems. This could include anything from the […]
With Mother’s Day approaching, I got to thinking about mom as rule maker and compliance officer. That’s what we do as parents, of course. Our job is to create a compliance management system for our families—which includes training and enforcing, by the way. The whole point of this exercise? To keep our household’s customers, employees […]