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Recently the U.S. Department of Justice gave guidance that it is not enough to have compliance policies. According to DOJ, the policies have to be clear, easily understood, and readily translated. Yet many companies have policies wreathed in legal jargon that are not accessible to the average employee, and they do not translate easily as a result. Take the policy simplification journey with LRN. It's a program that can help you bring your values to life, promote employee engagement, and make doing business easier. Or, to put it another way, get your compliance program moving at the speed of business. Our experts include former chief ethics and compliance officers alongside organizational development experts who use a values-focused approach to guide you and help put your business on the path to principled performance at every level. POLICY SIMPLIFICATION: PUT YOUR VALUES INTO PRACTICE Knowledge Service Provider™ PHASE I: Inventory existing policies, organize them for review, revision, and/or retirement PHASE 2: A values-based "macro" review is the basis for a workable and meaningful simplification strategy. Some of the key considerations we'll address with you: • How do existing policies fit with company values, such as integrity, respect, transparency, and innovation? Are they aligned with the Code of Conduct?

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