Today’s regulatory environment is more demanding than ever before. Gone are the days of paper compliance programs and “check the box” requirements. The mere existence of a corporate compliance program is no longer sufficient. Rather, compliance officers must be able to demonstrate that their compliance programs are actually effective in practice. But how can one demonstrate effectiveness?Read More
The value of corporate e-learning is undisputed, and the market for it is expanding quickly, up to $238 billion worldwide by 2024.
More companies are discovering e-learning as a cost-effective, engaging strategy to teach employees the things they need to know. However, they may hesitate to invest in online compliance training because of misconceptions and false expectations of what e-learning can and cannot do. The reality of e-learning and, specifically, online compliance training paints a bright, exciting picture of what this strategy can accomplish—for your organization and for the employees who experience the training.Read More
In theory, corporate ethics should be easy to master and to flawlessly execute. However, in the day-to-day realities of the modern business organization, it’s rarely that simple.
True Office Learning has seen this struggle as we’ve accumulated data from millions of users via our training courses through the years. When employees are presented with real-world scenarios on topics such as corruption, business courtesies, insider trading, diversity, and intellectual property, they don’t score as well as many executives and compliance professionals might hope they would.Read More
Compliance officers are tasked with multiple competing priorities, not least of which is the overall management of an organization’s compliance program. Training of employees and third parties is an essential element of any corporate compliance program and a critical component of the compliance officer’s job.Read More
It’s impossible to ignore the growing influence of artificial intelligence (AI) on our personal and work lives. In fact, 20 percent of C-level executives attest to using machine learning as a core part of their business.
However, with increasing capabilities comes more exposure to corporate compliance risks. As AI becomes more woven into daily work, it opens new ethical and legal concerns. In order to avoid compliance violations, there are ethical considerations corporations must actively work into their increasingly automated worlds.Read More