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Should Your Code of Conduct Be Public-Facing?

A public-facing code of conduct and compliance policies might sound controversial. After all, aren’t your policies proprietary? And what about waiving privilege? With most corporate compliance programs still relying on company intranet or PDFs to host their compliance content, the […]

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8 steps to maximize your employee helpline

8 Key Steps to Develop and Maintain a Successful Helpline

When it comes to building and maintaining your company’s first hotline, or replacing the one you already have, it can be tough to know exactly where to start. We’ve worked with companies in every industry, from small businesses to global […]

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Third Party Risk Reporting

Third Party Risk Reporting

Which third party risk metrics should you be measuring and reporting on, for not just an accurate third-party risk assessment—but one that will satisfy regulators? The DOJ has focused on the final step in the lifecycle of a third-party relationship […]

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convercent third party risk management

Announcing Third-Party Risk Management Solution for Ethics & Compliance 

To fully understand and manage risk, organizations must automate third-party risk management (TPRM) from onboarding and screening to due diligence, risk assessment and mitigation, monitoring, and offboarding. Starting today, the new Convercent by OneTrust Third-Party Risk Management Solution for Ethics and Compliance makes that possible, providing a way […]

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ESG Compliance

ESG Compliance: The role of CCOs, CECOs and their teams

ESG (Environment, Social, and Governance) is a growing initiative at companies around the globe—but what is the role of the compliance team in managing this challenge? I would argue that our role is to lead the charge, particularly given the […]

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