3 Handy Resources That Will Help You Fit Compliance into Your Culture
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If you can’t wait until next week (we can’t either) to learn how to combine workforce compliance with employee engagement, or if you’re the kind of studious HR person who likes to review the material in advance, you’re in luck: we’ve published a number of articles about the subject, right here on this blog. Click on any of the blog posts below to get started:
Fitting Culture Into Your Compliance Program
Culture is tricky. Culture isn’t what we think we are—it’s what your organization’s workforce actually is. It can be difficult to look honestly at culture, especially if there’s a clash between our idea of it, and the reality. The question is: Does your corporate compliance program address this clash? Fitting culture into your compliance program begins with education. Only when your workforce understands the importance of your policies—including your code of conduct—can your compliance program effectively create change for your organization. Find out how to an effective compliance program communicates your culture.
How to Make a Powerful Recruitment Video That Builds Your Culture Of Compliance
Candidates will be Googling your company before they apply. That’s pretty guaranteed. How do you demonstrate your company’s culture of compliance so they are on board from day one and still hook the best candidates? The most effective way to set the tone in the beginning is through your recruiting materials. One of the best pieces of collateral you can create is a recruitment video. A good recruitment video will highlight things a candidate won’t get in a job interview. Are there fun quirks to your office building? Maybe free snacks in the break room? Once a month, at 4:30 in the afternoon, does the whole company take off for happy hour? What inspires people to work here? This is your chance to let prospective employees know. Learn a few video dos and don’ts.
5 Tips to Create a Healthy Corporate Compliance Culture
Do you know the difference between culture and values? Lots of people confuse the two, but there are some important differences. A company’s values are its core principles and they shouldn’t change. Culture, on the other hand, has to do with the way things are done within the values system. Culture can, and should, shift as the needs of the business’ needs dictate. Effective leaders should focus on embodying the values rather than controlling the culture. Find 4 more tips here.
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