Balanced. Integrated. Automated.
Although we endeavor to put workforce compliance topics into language that’s easy to understand, sometimes there’s no escaping terminology. Automated workforce compliance can seem like an altogether theoretical concept unless you’ve experienced it firsthand. We’ve written countless times on this blog about the characteristics of an effective workforce compliance system and which kinds of companies are best suited for automation, but words are only words until you put them into practice.
Which is why I’m so excited for our upcoming webinar hosted by the Open Compliance and Ethics Group. Featuring Complí CEO Rob Warmack and Patrick M. Sanders, “Balancing Your Compliance Program: The Power of Automated Workforce Execution” will cover the fundamentals of automated workforce compliance, making it easy for auto dealers to connect the dots—and better protect their organizations from risk as a result.
Patrick Sanders, who serves as general counsel for Mungenast Automotive Family, possesses a wealth of experience in the automotive industry and brings to the topic a unique perspective that combines legal insight with down-to-earth guidance. He believes automated compliance “is a journey, not a destination,” and advises companies to see new technology as an essential ingredient of any functional workforce compliance program. Having worked with four generations of employees—and as a father of millennial children—Patrick understands the role mobile devices and other technology play in fostering employee engagement, and he’s able to help people at dealerships of all sizes grasp and feel more comfortable with automation.
During the webinar next week, Rob and Patrick will address questions like…
Over the course of an hour, Rob and Patrick will explore the differences between workforce execution management and policies, procedures and training. Participants will walk away with an understanding of how to develop role-based compliance plans and be able to identify the myriad benefits of automated workforce execution.
For a taste of what to expect from the webinar, check out the roundtable discussion between Rob, Patrick and OCEG founder Carole Switzer, which ran in a recent issue of GRC Illustrated. Rob’s switchboard analogy is a great starting point for understanding balanced, automated workforce compliance.
Then, make sure to take a look at OCEG’s “Balance Your Compliance Program” infographic, which ingeniously illustrates the six policy development and workforce execution steps necessary to build a compliance program that works.
Ready to put it all together? Register now for “Balancing Your Compliance Program: The Power of Automated Workforce Execution.” The webinar will take place next Thursday, October 13th, from 1–2pm EDT. The presentation is free to attend, and attendees with an OCEG All Access Pass will also receive 1 hour of CPE credit following completion.
For more information and to register, visit oceg.org. We hope to see you there!