Other related content
2020 LRN Ethics and Compliance PEI Report
LRN's annual Ethics & Compliance Program Effectiveness Report reflects the input of ethics and compliance professionals from around the world, filtered through insights we have gained over 25 years.
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.
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.
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.
25 and Beyond - The Future of Ethics and Compliance
LRN's "25 and Beyond" event was an insightful afternoon of exploration about how organizations will use ethics and compliance to build better cultures and financial success in the future.
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.
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.
2019 Learner Survey: Summary of Findings
Get the results of LRN's 2019 Learner Survey, including responses from more than 368,000 learners.
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.
Upward Mobility: Dr. Haynes Bolts Into Action on Access, Opportunity, Community
Dr. B. Sarah Haynes PH.D. talks about how Bolt is entering the market and the impact its products offer in terms of access to education and healthcare.
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.
Next-Gen Ethics and Compliance: Ana-Paola Capaldo de Aoun Builds Bridges to Get Buy-in
Her focus now is on creating programs that resonate across cultures and locations, working collaboratively with other business units and ensuring the business has a purpose beyond profit.
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.
Thinking Around the Corner: KKR’s Bruce Karpati Embraces the Passion and Purpose of Ethics, Compliance
Karpati shares key characteristics for a chief compliance officer to be successful and innovative initiatives he is implementing to ensure the company gets ahead of potential threats.
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