“Organizational corruption imposes a steep cost on society, easily dwarfing that of street crime.”– The Normalization of Corruption in Organizations, Blake E. Ashforth and Vikas Anand. Organisational corruption is a serious and widespread issue that still plagues many industries today. Corruption is, in essence, the abuse of power, and in some cases, the inducement to carry out an illegal or dishonest act by means of a bribe.
Bridge the Generational Gap in Compliance Training Hospitals and clinics have an atmosphere of diversity, high energy, and stress. This combination makes the subject of compliance run on a good-faith method for an employee. Attitudes and characteristics about compliance mix, and unless someone catches a non-compliance decision, noticing potential issues could come too late. For example, a young overwhelmed ER nurse needs to perform a task for a provider. A visitor stops her to say she demands a diagnosis for her friend's leg swelling.
3 Tactics to Help Employees Gain Understanding Compliance training is a lot like swimming lessons. You're bringing in a new batch of employees, and you want to make sure they can keep their heads above water before you throw them into the deep end. They don't need to be perfect, but they need to be able to do the absolute basics, which in this case means they need to follow all rules and regulations that apply to their jobs. That's not easy, especially for someone starting from scratch.
5 Important Things To Know About Social Media and Compliance Awareness In the last decade social media has become a significant part of both the private and the professional worlds. Employee compliance training and awareness must address social media if it is to be all-encompassing and by extension, effective. Below are 5 things you must know: 1. Social media isn't going anywhere The presence that both an organization as a whole and its employees as individuals have on the internet is not going to change. Instead, this is a relevant and long-lasting component of our society.
4 Tips for Making Online Compliance Training Relevant to Your Audience Whether you are developing a compliance training for an online audience or one you'll eventually give to a live audience, the considerations are the same: How to make it realistic and relevant to your viewers. By taking time to create a good presentation, your training can keep them interested and relay the essential points in a streamlined package. Explain the need for the course. Whether online or in person, experts recommend a short video, explaining the reason for the course.