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There’s at least one lesson from all of this that leaders and companies should take to heart: Put your people first.
Only half of ethics, compliance and legal executives say their senior leaders take action and responsibility for E&C failures according to a survey of 500 E&C professionals conducted by LRN.
This season of Principled features discussions on topics including racial injustice; the risks associated with climate change; and the need for empathy during the pandemic.
The California Consumer Privacy Act took effect in January, with enforcement officially beginning on July 1, despite pushback from some organizations and companies.
On July 3, 2020 the DOJ Fraud Section and the SEC published the second edition of the 2012 FCPA guidance. – updating their 100+ page resource guide to complying with the FCPA.
The findings underline a moral leadership gap; employees believe their companies’ leaders fall short.
What's the best way to ensure our workplace is harassment-free? The answer is straightforward. The process starts with creating strong policies and sexual harassment training.
When a company has a strong ethical culture, leaders will model values-based behaviors.
If your organization has employees in any of these jurisdictions, it's important to make sure you're in compliance with the law around sexual harassment training.
It's important companies take steps to prepare their workplace and employees for what’s coming, as the U.S. reopens and people start heading back to work.
Being honored with these awards across multiple categories is true recognition of how hard LRN works to produce educational content of the highest quality.
Learn how LRN is adapting our ethics and compliance learning to adjust for the new realities in the workplace and at home with our learning kits.
Provided at No Cost to Partners, LRN’s “Navigating the New Normal” Kits Address Returning to the Workplace, Working from Home and Leadership During COVID-19, with Videos, Modules and Infographics.
Ultimately, though, listening is not enough, and all these organizations that issued statements will be judged on their actions, not their words.
As individuals and as an organization, we reconfirm our duty and commitment to combat racism, and yet we also share the need to be a part of something larger, a true movement demanding justice.
I am trying to make sense out of a world seemingly gone mad. I can’t.
Returning to work is a moment of truth and trust.
We have partnered with the UNGC in a variety of ways over the years in support of the 10 Principles and in support of the Sustainable Development Goals.
The right board behavior is a linchpin of whether E&C programs flourish or flail, and by extension, whether patterns of corporate misconduct multiply, or wither away.
Society is not just heading to a new normal, but is in a “new now,” states a report that lays out seven “people priorities” it believes companies and their leaders must adopt.