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 managers and a corporate compliance program are the most valuable assets for your success.
Setting the tone in the middle, enabling your middle managers to be your biggest compliance advocates not only boost your corporate compliance culture, but also increases workforce compliance and company morale. Like we mentioned last week, when it comes to corporate compliance culture, practice what you preach. If the desired culture and behavior aren’t demonstrated at the top (or the middle, for that matter), the rest of your workforce won’t see the value.
So you’re feeling like your resources are spread super thin – what is your next move? Speaking from experience, an effective compliance management system (CMS) must include an automated compliance program to easily communicate with your organization. Given time and resource restraints, automation is the only solution to your ongoing compliance headache that can free up your resources so you can focus on the aspects of the business that matter most.
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