California’s famous for its lemons. And I’m not just referring to the state’s many citrus groves or the soft, sweet, Meyer variety of the fruit popularized by Alice Waters and the California cuisine movement. No, because this is a compliance blog and we regularly focus on issues related to the automobile industry, the “lemons” we’re […]
Month: October 2017
We’re almost at the end of our Compliance Monster hunt, and I have to admit: I wasn’t totally ready for everything that’s happened along the way. We had some close calls with Mr. Snap, Tedium, and the Spreadsheet Eater, but after the events of last week—when Malaise actually wormed her way into our blog—I’ve been […]
Although it’s all over headlines, many of us remain under-informed about the current opioid crisis. A quick peek at Google Trends shows that the top search query after “opioids” is “what are opioids.” To be clear, numerous leaders in healthcare, politics, and the business and nonprofit worlds are taking significant steps to address the problem, […]
It’s something of a poetic idea: beneath different canopies across different towns, counties, or states lies a business unit with a shared DNA. Whether you encounter the dealership in Wichita, New Haven, or Honolulu, you can expect the same experience, and the same customer promise—under every rooftop.
We do quite a few webinars here at Compli. Although every webinar focuses on a different topic, each follows a similar format: introduction, speaker presentation, attendee Q&A. We like to start by polling the audience, and our most recent webinar, Internal Audit Insider Tips, was no different.
Want to know how to keep your automobile dealership compliant without losing employees? You’ve come to the right place. That colossal question was the theme of our recent webinar in which we explored how a dealership can create a culture of compliance without sending staff running off to pastures with less paperwork.
Regular readers of our blog are no doubt aware of this already, but in case you’re new to the consumer lending industry—or just returned from a year-long expedition through the jungles of Borneo—there’s something of a war going on between lawmakers and lenders over the future of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
The trucking companies that use Compli’s automated workforce compliance platform each have their own unique cultures, business goals, and reasons for success. But there’s at least one factor that helps them retain skilled drivers in an industry where it’s notoriously tough to do so: the kind of compliance program that’s centered on people.
The Spreadsheet Eater? Check. Tedium? Check. Mr. Snap? Check. We’re halfway down the list of Compliance Monsters and, despite a few close calls (those binder rings are sharper than they look) the process has actually been pretty straightforward: remove the underlying source of the monster and the monster will go away.