Tagged: training

Volkov Law TV — New Webinars For Low Monthly or Annual Fees

Volkov Law TV continues to offer high-quality webinars on relevant ethics and compliance topics.  Over the last several months we have added a number of new webinars.  Subscribe and check them out.  Monthly access to a webinar is $8; monthly access to the full library is $29; and yearly access to all of the webinars is $299.  Click Here to Sign Up Now. Watch the webinars when...

Webinar: Antitrust Training: Avoiding Criminal Cartel Risks

Webinar: Antitrust Training: Avoiding Criminal Cartel Risks Tuesday, March 28, 2016 12 Noon – 12:30 CST Sign Up Here Free and fair competition in the marketplace benefits consumers.  But when organizations collude with their competitors, it inhibits the competitive process — and violates antitrust laws. So, how can you avoid criminal arrangements and interactions with your competitors? Join Michael Volkov, CEO of The Volkov Law...

DOJ Compliance Expectations Concerning Training, Internal Investigations and Audits (Part IV of IV)

DOJ’s Compliance Evaluation questions provide important indications of “new” trends and approaches to compliance functions and issues. Training In the area of training, DOJ’s Compliance Evaluation reiterates DOJ’s concern that companies tailor their training programs to their specific risk profile. In the FCPA Guidance issued in 2012, DOJ explained that training programs should be tailored to specific audiences. DOJ has refined this requirement to focus...

Code of Conduct Training – Now What?

When it comes to corporate compliance programs, change does not occur quickly. CCOs are extremely pleased with their improved delivery of code of conduct training. Across the board, companies are refining their codes of conduct and following up with robust training programs to emphasize the importance of a company’s code of conduct. That is all well and good. But it is really only the beginning...

Match Made in Heaven: Compliance and Human Resources

The corporate compliance function is only as successful as its partnerships with key internal constituencies. Depending on the company and the personnel involved, compliance has to establish and maintain effective working partnerships with key functions, such as human resources, legal, finance, and security. All of the relationships are mutually beneficial. Each component works better when it is able to partner and work seamlessly with another...

Creating a Valuable Training “Program”

We all know the scene but choose to ignore it – a senior employee or manager is taking an online training course and is talking on the phone, writing emails and basically ignoring the training session. Why? Because it has no importance to the employee’s job. It is irrelevant but something he or she has to complete. A check the box task if ever there...

Defining Compliance 2.0: The Board (Part 1 of 5)

This week I am devoting five postings to defining the “new” model of ethics and compliance – Compliance 2.0. If you read through compliance writings, blogs, articles, white papers, and other sources, you will see the term “Compliance 2.0” bandied about.  It is a term that has yet to be defined but is taking on a life of its own – a reflection perhaps of...

Does Training + Code of Ethics = Culture of Ethics?

Complacency in compliance is a cancer on a company’s culture. Woody Allen said it best in Annie Hall: A [compliance program] relationship, I think, is like a shark. You know? It has to constantly move forward or it dies. And I think what we got on our hands is a dead shark. Here is the video clip of the scene: here When a Chief Compliance...