Happy Holidays! We have a really fun gift for you this year. Ready for it? … You’re getting audited! Just kidding. But since you’re already here, reading about workforce compliance, we thought it would be a great time to remind you that audits aren’t all that bad. As we learned in the CMS […]
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There are plenty of good reasons to shop locally. Ditto for volunteering in local community causes, or getting involved in local politics. When you act on a local level—be it as a resident of your state, county, city, or neighborhood—you can build important connections and have a larger impact on issues that affect you on […]
On Monday, Dictionary.com named “complicit” its word of the year for 2017. Certainly, most of us have encountered the word more frequently over the past few months: Google Trends shows that search queries related to the term spiked around March and April, and continue to grow. But how many of us know what “complicit” really […]
Knowledge is power. Education is the great equalizer. Reading is fundamental. Throughout the course of your life, you’ve undoubtedly encountered countless people who have made the case for learning. Perhaps they’ve told you how learning opens up your mind to the world around you, or explained how it allows you to develop important skills. Maybe […]
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 […]
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.
Drains are a funny thing. When they’re functioning correctly, they keep your pipes running smoothly and prevent your system from backing up. But one too many drains—or an overzealous drain—is really nothing more than a hole. And no one wants a hole in their plumbing.
Here on Compli’s Smart Compliance blog, our goal is to publish content that’s accessible, thoughtful, and useful for your business, whether you use our automated workforce compliance platform or not. That means we prefer to avoid clickbait whenever possible. Still, sometimes it’s hard to resist temptation.
Audits—what are they good for? A lot, actually. As we learned in the CMS Blueprint, an internal audit can serve numerous, critical strategic purposes for your organization. Audits reveal areas of legal risk due to inefficient business processes, security vulnerabilities, and lack of executive attention. But. An organization conducting an audit will likely discover at […]
National Truck Driver Appreciation Week may be over, but you know what? We’re going to continue appreciating truck drivers—and no one can stop us. A week isn’t enough to truly honor everyone who spends their days and nights on the highway hauling the goods and supplies that keep our economy, well, trucking.