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Is Your Current Compliance Training Effective or Simply ‘Checking the Box?’

Many companies provide compliance training because it’s mandatory, but are they really excelling at it? 

Organizations may be content to merely fulfill compliance training requirements that meet laws and guidelines, or perhaps they offer basic learning and believe that’s enough—or all that’s available—for employees to make good compliance decisions. Too often, these businesses find themselves burned by noncompliant employees ...

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The DOJ's New Guidance on Evaluating Antitrust Compliance Programs


On July 11, 2019 the Antitrust Division of the DOJ published a document for prosecutors to use when evaluating compliance programs in criminal antitrust investigations. Although this new publication is specific to antitrust matters, it serves a purpose similar to the guidance the DOJ revised in April 2019 for criminal matters. The guidance identifies elements of an effective compliance program and offers questions in each area to focus a prosecutor's analysis.

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How Effective Is Your Compliance Training Program According to DOJ Standards?

In April 2019, the Department of Justice issued a guidance document for the evaluation of corporate compliance programs. The guidelines are directly intended to provide prosecutors a roadmap on what to look for in compliance programs of companies under investigation or already charged for violating federal laws. However, the map can also guide companies’ decisions as they develop and evaluate their programs.

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How to Get the Most out of Your Compliance Training Analytics

Compliance training teaches users key best practices and ethics while, ideally, ingraining concepts so that employees will know the right decision to make when a compliance situation arises. Yet a different sort of intelligence emerges from great training: data and advanced analytics.

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Should You Build Your Company’s Compliance Training In-House?

Consider this statistic: 59 percent of people almost always reuse passwords, even though they know it’s not a best practice. The compliance risk of such behavior is enormous…

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