Business leaders have spent the better part of the last three years assessing their compliance needs in response to increased legislation requiring sexual harassment training.
As employers reopen following the COVID-19 quarantine, an employer faces several challenges to trip up or opportunities to distinguish it from its peers Employers need to pay attention to policies and practices that affect their employees’ work conditions to smoothen the return-to-work process As we approach mid-May 2020 the economic shutdown has gone on for […]
Maintaining Mental Health and Psychological Well-Being in Uncertain Times.
Taking the time to weigh the ethical pros and cons of your decisions will benefit you and the organization in a variety of ways:
The California Consumer Privacy Act establishes significant requirements regarding handling of personal information related to consumers.
Research from the Ethics & Compliance Initiative finds that misconduct tends to increase when the economy is good. While in the US the Trump Administration may have put the brakes on some regulatory enforcement, corporate misconduct still runs high. In this past year, bribery, money laundering, other fraud and trade sanctions dominated the news. With […]
According to a complaint filed last week, Wesley Wernecke, a former marketing director, and event manager at New York City firm Eventique, had his pay slashed as his boss compared him to a woman before firing him two weeks later.
New DOJ Antitrust Guidelines on Corporate Compliance Programs For many, “And the Beat Goes On” awakens memories of Sonny & Cher’s anthem to changing times. Perhaps not surprisingly, the words are just as applicable to business ethics—change keeps on coming. This month, the US Department of Justice continued its push for change with release of […]