This year's Ethics and Compliance Program Effectiveness Report focuses on how high-impact programs operationalize best practices in the workplace. We surveyed nearly 500 ethics, compliance, and legal experts around the world and discovered that organizations that embrace company values by embedding E&C programs outperform in workplace effectiveness.
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