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.
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.Read More
Online compliance training exists for a simple reason: to deliver compliance principles to employees efficiently so that they have the knowledge they need to make good decisions long after the training ends. Most organizations offer some form of compliance eLearning..., deploying training, and calling it a day—hoping that the content employees learn is enough to help them make good decisions until next year’s training.Read More
Traditionally, annual compliance training meant presenting information to employees, hoping they learned that info, and holding your breath that they would take what they learned and avoid careless, noncompliant choices. Rarely have compliance officers and their organizations considered training to be a source of data-rich, intelligent data.Read More
Behavioral data from online training is there, just waiting to be incorporated into your compliance program. Do you know how to get it? And if you get it, do you know how to build a compliance ecosystem with it?Read More