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  • Businesses Need to Adjust to Employment Law Impacts of COVID-19

    Businesses Need to Adjust to Employment Law Impacts of COVID-19

    Temporary amendments have been made to the Family and Medical Leave Act to bolster sick pay for employees dealing with issues related to COVID-19.

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  • A Special Edition Podcast from LRN’s Leader Sharing Perspective Based on His Experience as a Board Member, CEO and CECO

    A Special Edition Podcast from LRN’s Leader Sharing Perspective Based on His Experience as a Board Member, CEO and CECO

    A special edition podcast from LRN's Chief Executive Officer sharing a perspective on the pandemic, having served as Board Member, CEO and CECO.

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  • Out in Front: PSEG’s Antonio Fernandez Leads the Way on Diversity and Inclusion

    Out in Front: PSEG’s Antonio Fernandez Leads the Way on Diversity and Inclusion

    Chief Compliance Officer shares a personal story about being authentic, open and out about his personal life. Antonio takes comfort that after coming out, he was widely accepted in professionally.

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  • Coronavirus-Forced Remote Work Strains Cybersecurity, Networks

    Coronavirus-Forced Remote Work Strains Cybersecurity, Networks

    Companies, on top of everything else it takes to keep business running during this pandemic, should be doing their best to teach employees how to safely work remotely.

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  • Words from LRN’s Leadership on COVID-19

    Words from LRN’s Leadership on COVID-19

    Read an update from David Greenberg on LRN's commitment to the continued success of our partners.

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  • Class Act: Cindy Moehring Works to Embed Ethics in Business School

    Class Act: Cindy Moehring Works to Embed Ethics in Business School

    After 20 years of tenure of Walmart's worldwide ethics and compliance program and transitions to academia where Cindy is tasked with embedding ethics into University of Arkansas curriculum

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  • More Data Privacy Regulations, Violations to Come

    More Data Privacy Regulations, Violations to Come

    With more data privacy regulations being proposed, the smartest companies are taking steps to understand current regulations, and to adjust internal policies to prepare for fast change.

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  • Feather in Her CAP: Gabriela Gutierrez Drives Culture Change in Latin America

    Feather in Her CAP: Gabriela Gutierrez Drives Culture Change in Latin America

    Driving Culture Change in Latin America, Gabriela Gutierrez of Chile-based extractive company Grupo CAP talks about her 20-year career and unique challenges that come with working in the region.

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  • A People-centered Approach: Introducing New Ethics and Compliance Strategy From World Bank Group's Jorge Dajani

    A People-centered Approach: Introducing New Ethics and Compliance Strategy From World Bank Group's Jorge Dajani

    World Bank Group's Chief Ethics Officer approaches governance and corporate social responsibility with high ethical standards. He dives into training, sexual harassment, new reporting systems and more

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  • California Offers Updates to New Privacy Law

    California Offers Updates to New Privacy Law

    To stay ahead of future data privacy laws and maintain consumer trust, companies will be wise to work toward CCPA compliance. Pursuing a consumer-first approach while prioritizing data organization an

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  • Long Strange Trip: Richard Bistrong’s Wild Ride From Corruption to Compliance

    Long Strange Trip: Richard Bistrong’s Wild Ride From Corruption to Compliance

    Richard Bistrong shares his journey from pleading guilty to bribery, to serving 15 months in prison for conspiracy and violating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. Now, he's a major champion of ethics

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  • Building a Moat is Good for Business

    Building a Moat is Good for Business

    Because ESG-related risks are constantly changing, companies need to adjust to new regulations, stakeholder demands and technological advancements with agility.

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  • Merger Mania: Page Motes Melds Ethics & Compliance With Sustainability In New Role at Dell Technologies

    Merger Mania: Page Motes Melds Ethics & Compliance With Sustainability In New Role at Dell Technologies

    Page Motes, Dell's Strategy Leader of Sustainability, shares the difficulties and duties of overseeing and managing her multi-dimensional organization's ethics strategy and sustainability initiatives.

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  • Mission Statements Can Encourage or Limit Ethical Violations

    Mission Statements Can Encourage or Limit Ethical Violations

    An “ask for forgiveness, not permission” approach to getting things done can expose companies to ethical violations.

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  • Teaching Ethics and Compliance: A&F’s Forrest Deegan Brings Real-Life E&C Experiences to the Classroom

    Teaching Ethics and Compliance: A&F’s Forrest Deegan Brings Real-Life E&C Experiences to the Classroom

    Forrest Deegan, Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer for Abercrombie & Fitch, shares his responsibility for enhancing the company’s corporate compliance and third-party risk management programs

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  • Workers Wonder: Will Business Meet Challenges?

    Workers Wonder: Will Business Meet Challenges?

    People are most concerned about business’ ability to adapt to social change, and to train effectively employees for technological advancement.

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  • Putting a New Spin on Things: Gwen Lee Hassan Takes On Challenge of CNH Spinoff

    Putting a New Spin on Things: Gwen Lee Hassan Takes On Challenge of CNH Spinoff

    Gwen Lee Hassan shares her plans for creating a duplicate compliance program for the new spin company, and iterates the importance of adaptability in a changing organization.

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  • Sharp Drop in Workplace Discrimination Cases

    Sharp Drop in Workplace Discrimination Cases

    The total number of U.S. workplace discrimination charges–72,675 filings–fell to the lowest recorded number since 1992

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  • Uncertainty Drives Record CEO Pessimism

    Uncertainty Drives Record CEO Pessimism

    Of the 1,581 chief executives surveyed, 53% predicted a decline in the rate of global GDP growth for 2020.

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  • Business Risks to Watch in 2020

    Business Risks to Watch in 2020

    For the first time, cyber ranked as the top global risk, as increased reliance on data and IT systems, and high-profile cases have made businesses aware of potential cyber threats.

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