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What is the guiding light that ethics and compliance teams can turn to in difficult times to guarantee their values endure no matter the challenges they face?
How a company faces up to employee realities, and to hardship and crisis, reveals who it is.
We’re proud to announce the release of a new Microlearning asset, Quizzes, which are available starting today to all LRN partners.
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.
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.
A message from LRN Founder and Chairman Dov Seidman to LRN Colleagues
Read an update from David Greenberg on LRN's commitment to the continued success of our partners.
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.
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
Because ESG-related risks are constantly changing, companies need to adjust to new regulations, stakeholder demands and technological advancements with agility.
LRN’s own research shows that moral leadership grounded in values is the most effective way to prevent harassment and other misconduct.
An “ask for forgiveness, not permission” approach to getting things done can expose companies to ethical violations.
How well do we understand trust? Can we become better at it wielding it as a force for good?
People are most concerned about business’ ability to adapt to social change, and to train effectively employees for technological advancement.
The total number of U.S. workplace discrimination charges–72,675 filings–fell to the lowest recorded number since 1992
Of the 1,581 chief executives surveyed, 53% predicted a decline in the rate of global GDP growth for 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.
We invite you to revisit the best of our #HOWMatters discussions as we seek to “think higher and feel deeper" in the New Year.
Compliance standards often are set in response to U.S. federal criminal prosecutions involving large corporations; this may make small- and medium-sized organizations fall behind.
It’s mostly been sad watching this latest cheating scandal in baseball unfold, and not because of the fact there is another example of cheating in the game.