Category: Compliance

Using Integrity and Compliance to Create a Culture of Ethics

Creating a culture of ethics is essential in the modern business world. The customer and stakeholder relationship depends on being perceived as having integrity and operating in an ethical manner. There is no hiding in today’s world, not when every infraction and mistake is broadcast by the instantaneous news cycle or on social media. In...

The Tone from the Top – Modeling integrity, ethical behavior and compliance through compliance training

Most businesses consider a strong commitment to performing with integrity a "must have." However, some struggle to put it into practice when compliance is left purely to the compliance professionals. A company-wide culture of integrity, not just on a corporate level, but also on a social and environmental level, begins with the board and the CEO, and cascades down through an organization to its most junior employees.

3 Essentials for Nurturing a Positive Compliance Culture

According to a recent Deloitte study, 94-per cent of executives and 80-per cent of employees believe that corporate culture is important. Within a workplace culture, employees share assumptions, attitudes, beliefs and values. Companies with a strong culture of compliance perform better, retain staff longer, and elevate their brand every single day. That’s why integrity should be at the heart of your culture and your brand. There are many ways to reinforce integrity in your organization, but training and communication and training are paramount.

Evaluation and ROI in Compliance Training

If your organization has what you believe to be a world-class compliance training initiative, then congratulations.

Training guide NY and CA Sexual Harassment eLearning Checklist

Sexual harassment prevention is essential for your organization. Not only does it ensure that every employee feels safe and comfortable, but in many instances, it enables you to remain legally compliant with your state’s laws. Many states outline specific rules concerning the provision of sexual harassment training in the workplace.

Timing is Everything: Planning Your Compliance Training Communication Strategy

So, you’ve built a transformational compliance training program. All that’s left to do is deliver it and your organization will be on the cutting edge of compliance – right? Not quite. There’s a huge piece of the puzzle that, if overlooked, will compromise your compliance initiative from the start. What could be that critical? Your communication strategy around the program is crucial in ensuring your initiative gets the support it deserves.

Inspiring Compliance Training? It can be done…

Once upon a time there was a training program that cultivated a thriving culture of compliance throughout an organization. With minimal resources, skills, and bandwidth, a dynamic and creative learning design team triumphed against the odds and created an effective and compelling learning solution in alignment with the goals of the organization. Complete fairy tale? Not quite – it can be done!   In compliance training, we can engage and motivate our learners with stories – through the characters, relationships, conflicts, resolutions, pathways, and insights that bring the most memorable stories to life.

Q&A with Kamrul Khan – Chief Compliance Officer

.presentation img {margin-top: -50px;} Interactive compliance training presents: Q&A with Kamrul Khan Kamrul Khan is the US Compliance Officer for Situs, a global Commercial Real Estate advisory firm. I previously managed employee facing Compliance functions for The Depository Trust and Clearing Corporation. I have a bachelors in Economics from Baruch College and a Masters in Information Systems from Pace University. Q1. In your opinion, what makes an effective compliance training program? Compliance training is only as good as the reason for doing it.

Q&A with Nicole Tarasoff

Interactive compliance training presents: Q&A with Nicole Tarasoff Nicole Tarasoff is a writer-turned-compliance officer living in the San Francisco Bay Area. After graduating from Arizona State University with a BA in English, Nicole found herself working in the financial sector as a risk analyst, where she developed an unexpected passion for simplifying the language of compliance.

Why do you need competition law training?

Back in 2013, the European Commission fined a group of six high-profile financial institutions for "participating in cartels in the interest rate derivatives industry,” according to  a European Commission press release. Eight firms were initially fined, with two ultimately escaping punishment, for rigging financial benchmarks of the London interbank offered rate (Libor), the Tokyo interbank offered rate and the euro area equivalent (Euribor). The derivatives are used to manage the risk of fluctuations in interest rates and are pivotal to the global economy.