Are you familiar with the story of Cindy Chau? If you’re a member of the housing and real estate industry, you should be. Chau thought she had lucked into an incredible living situation—$1200 per month for a rent-controlled, one-bedroom apartment in the San Francisco Bay Area—until her property manager allegedly began sexually harassing her. Chau […]
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In the trucking industry, safety is paramount—and we need be to working harder than ever to achieve it. That was the major takeaway from the Washington Trucking Associations Safety Management Council’s 2017 Fall Conference (PDF), which we attended earlier this month. For those who aren’t familiar: the WTA is nonprofit organization dedicated to educating and […]
This week’s quick Q&A:Is it better to have all policies combined into one master plan, or have different plans for each policy?
We’re starting out 2016 with a new weekly feature, the Compliance Quick Q&A. Each week we’ll take questions from our readers and get you answers from our panel of authors who have deep knowledge in the field. Here’s our inaugural question: My company is managed by highly ethical people. Why do I need a formal […]
We Compli folks are all about business, except when it comes to helping our community. Then we’re all about generosity. This year, the Compli Cares team wanted to help a family in need, and make sure kids enjoyed a merry Christmas instead of worrying if Santa would bring presents.
The first ever Compli Cares volunteer event was a rousing success. On Friday, October 23, a team of 8 from Compli volunteered at the Oregon Food Bank Distribution Center in northeast Portland. The Compli Cares team joined several other corporate volunteer teams to sort, package and weigh several pallets of carrots donated from local farms […]