Match Made in Heaven: Compliance and Human Resources

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  1. I always enjoy your articles MV. Thank you. I do think there is a definite primary role for HR & Compliance. I would say that exploring termination histories, especially terminations d/t performance, would be a key indicator for compliance and also highlight other issues. If one explores the current Wells Fargo fraud we see many whistle blowers terminated for performance reasons. This is a common corruption of HR. In fact, corruption & cover-up really cannot be carried out without complicit actions by HR who can essentially be used to rob whistle blowers of their careers & livelihoods to hide executive fraud and corruption. HR is a key area for compliance, but also need to be audited in the process to ensure they themselves comply and do not work as the assassin arm of a corrupt regime.

  1. September 29, 2016

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