Posts Tagged: Training
In a guest post last year, Ryan McConnell and Charlotte Simon said it best:
‘Despite the clear benefits from an effective compliance program, statistics from the U.S. Sentencing Commission reveal that virtually every company convicted of violating federal law lacks an effective compliance program.… Continue Reading
AlixPartners recently surveyed large multinationals about their compliance programs. Our goal was to better understand the ways in which companies are identifying and addressing corruption risk.
Some key findings:
- Two-thirds said that they have reassessed anti-corruption efforts due to Dodd-Frank and the U.K.
‘In-person training is generally thought to be the gold standard, but the audiences’ comfort will vary depending on whether the trainer is a lawyer from headquarters, a local ethics officer or an outside expert.… Continue Reading
A retired supreme court justice in Uganda has proposed anti-corruption training for citizens, starting with the school kids.
By Jeffrey M. Kaplan and Rebecca Walker
The Anti-Corruption Compliance Program Benchmarking Survey that we are conducting with the FCPA Blog closes at noon EDT on July 12.
So, this is a “last call” for companies that would like to receive the benchmarking report on a complimentary basis by taking the survey.… Continue Reading
In a column published earlier this year, the New York Times’ Ethicist was asked about the ethics of an employee’s skipping FCPA compliance training where the training seemingly bore no relevance to his or her actual job.… Continue Reading
We had a nice post ready for today. Really. Then we remembered the 11:59 p.m. deadline on May 31 for the 2008 TRACE International essay contest on fighting public bribery. There were only a few hours to go so in desperation we sent our post off as our entry.… Continue Reading