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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
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.
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.
A New Year's Resolution to "Think Higher and Feel Deeper": The Best of LRN's #HowMatters Conversations
We invite you to revisit the best of our #HOWMatters discussions as we seek to “think higher and feel deeper" in the New Year.
Big Impact of DOJ Guidelines on Small-, Medium-Sized Firms
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.
Little Discussion of Ethics in Baseball Cheating Scandal
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.
Companies Varied in Response to California's Privacy Law
Companies are offering mixed responses thus far to the California Consumer Privacy Act.
California's New Privacy Law: What You Need to Know
The California Consumer Privacy Act is the first of its kind in the U.S., and it’s unlikely to be the last.
Whistleblowers: Good for Business
The truth is, internal whistleblowing is good for business.
Happy Holidays from LRN
On behalf of every LRN colleague worldwide, I would like to wish you and your family a joyful and meaningful holiday season.
Board and CEO’s Private Life: Finding Balance Between Oversight, Intrusion
Risks posed by poor CEO conduct and reckless behavior can't be mitigated or properly reported without measures in place to monitor a CEO’s personal life.
Best Codes Drive and Reinforce Values, Ethics
Companies instill trust and reinforce the organization’s culture, business, and brand by providing employees with the tools needed to make ethical decisions.
Anti-Harassment Videos Must Respect Employees’ Sophistication
In New York, California, and other states and cities, regulations require anti-sexual harassment training programs to cover a lot of legal ground.
Generational Perceptions of Workplace Discrimination
Younger employees are detecting and experiencing workplace harassment and discrimination at different levels than their older colleagues.
Diversity Brings More Benefits Than Inclusive Company Culture
Recent research by The Wall Street Journal underscores that diversity correlates with better performance and a competitive edge.
Public Apologies Doomed to Fail Without Authenticity, Sincerity
What goes into an authentic public apology?
5 Ways to Break Through With Your E&C Program
Given the expanding role of E&C professionals, and the extra pressure their programs face, it’s helpful to isolate where and when programs are effective.
Elevating Purpose to the Pantheon of Profit
Are we nearing the tipping point for the way we practice capitalism? It seems we are at an inflection point.
Digital Transformation Puts E&C in Your Employees' Hands
AI and machine learning can be used by organizations to get the right talent into the right roles, while machine learning can be used to identify and diagnose an organization’s health in real time.
Second Lap Around The Track