Your workforce is your organization’s biggest asset, and their individual and team success equates to the company’s overall success. Communication is key, have you or Human Resources asked what your workforce needs to be successful lately? Simple communication, positive reinforcement, and the impact your middle managers have by asking what your workforce needs […]
Tag: Risk Management
Weekly Round Up: This week’s topics include: When it comes to corporate compliance culture, HR compliance and effectively managing your workforce, how do you know where to devote your resources? All areas are as important as the next for your company’s success, but sometimes it can feel a bit like a juggling act. Your middle […]
Weekly Round Up: This week’s topics include: How to mitigate workforce management risk in an evolving environment. Risk and compliance programs within organizations are changing hands from the legal department over to executives and the board. Remember what we said about the importance of having a compliance management system (CMS) in place – It’s kind […]
Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: CFPB engagement with 6 auto lenders in fair-lending actions, trends in risk management, what directors need to know about cybersecurity, major financial org’s and the disparate impact amendment, and 2014 training trends. Also, Brazil’s complex compliance issues, the future of senior living told by the […]
Welcome to our Weekly Round Up! This week’s topics include: top tips for retaining talent, what boards should know about risk management, the costs of corporate culture, and how ethical behavior makes for smart business. Also, the top ethics and compliance risks for 2014, the proper ways of firing employees, and 6 leadership tips.
With today’s diverse workforce, employers tend to over train the workforce on everything to cover their bases rather than pick the pieces each individual needs for their job. If employees fail to see how your training or education programs apply to them, their focus may shift elsewhere.
It has finally happened. The SEC announced, very quietly, their largest whistleblower payment under Dodd Frank of $14 million this week. Probably not the best PR move given the federal government shut down the same day putting 800,000 employees out of work.
Who would have expected that a private equity firm would isolate a lack of investment in employee training as the reason for a company’s poor performance? Maybe it’s the cynic in me, but I’d expect a PE to look at sales, marketing, cost control and a host of other issues before they’d ever worry about […]