What are the characteristics of an organizational culture of compliance? Does it feature a strong commitment to compliance principles? Adequate budget and resources that support those principles? Recognition of and reward for compliant behavior? Accountability and consequences? Employees who feel inspired to act compliantly and safe to report violations?
A culture of compliance includes all these strengths, cemented by leadership fully committed to the ideals of ethics in action. When the C-suite embraces compliance, employees follow. When leaders merely accept compliance as something they “have to do,” employees may adopt the same apathy and put the business at risk.Read More