Too Often, Ethics and Compliance (E&C) is Treated as a Disconnected Function, to the Detriment of the Overall Organization
Companies Can Take These Specific Steps to Integrate E&C Training and Communications into Business Operations, According to a New Report from LRN Corporation NEW YORK, June 21, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The ethics and compliance function is frequently siloed from the rest of business operations, used solely to put out a company’s regulatory fires rather […]
LRN Corporation Wins 2018 Telly Award for Sexual Harassment Prevention Video Titled “What Happens in Vegas”
Part of an Education Module Titled “Trust & Respect in the Workplace: A Zero-Tolerance Stance on Sexual Harassment for Employees,” “What Happens in Vegas” Garners Acclaim for Depiction of a Difficult and Pervasive Subject in a Creative, Informative, and Empathetic Light NEW YORK, June 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ethics and compliance firm LRN Corporation […]
Focusing the Board on the Heart of Ethics and Compliance Issues
“CECOs and general counsels need to push their boards for more time and priority,” said David Greenberg, a senior adviser at LRN, which recently released a report on how board members handle E&C.
LRN Launches New App Catalyst Connect
LRN Corporation recently released Catalyst Connect, its latest app that will help employees and business leaders navigate the ethics and compliance (E&C) function more effectively, as well as larger ethical workplace issues and questions. It will also provide 24/7 access to companies’ codes of conduct and policies and “microlearning” on compliance which are bite-sized learning modules.
LRN Launches App That Answers Employees’ Ethical Questions on Demand, Provides 24/7 Access to Companies’ Codes of Conduct and Policies and Provides “Microlearning” on Compliance
NEW YORK, June 07, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LRN Corporation has released Catalyst Connect, a new app designed to help employees and business leaders more effectively navigate the ethics and compliance (E&C) function, as well as larger ethical workplace issues and questions. “Designed to provide users with ethics and compliance content on demand, the launch […]
Boards of Directors Fall Short on Ethics Oversight, According to New Study by LRN Corporation
Too Little Time, Priority, Depth, and Strategy on Ethics and Compliance, say Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers; They Feel Like “Second-Class Citizens” NEW YORK, May 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ethics and compliance (E&C) – the function designed to help companies’ meet their legal and ethical responsibilities and protect their reputations – is too often […]
LRN’s New Suite of Data Privacy Courses Helps Companies Comply With the European Union’s New General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Companies Serving Clients in the EU Must Adhere to Stricter Data Privacy Protocols; LRN’s Roster of Courses Bring Organizations Up to Speed on GDPR Compliance NEW YORK, May 23, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With stricter data privacy policies coming into effect on May 25, 2018 (visit www.eugdpr.org), companies serving clients in the European Union are […]
New York Companies Will Have to Provide Anti-Sexual Harassment Training: What Kind of Training Will Really Work?
NEW YORK, May 3, 2018 — New York City and New York State legislation will require companies, even very small ones, to provide sexual harassment prevention training to all employees. The new requirements beg the question: What types of anti-harassment programs are the most effective? “It’s important for anti-sexual harassment initiatives to build trust and […]
How To Deliver Moral Leadership To Employees
By John Baldoni Americans have looked to clergy for moral guidance. People desiring moral clarity seek comfort in their faith — and still do. The last place they look for morality is business. That may be changing. With recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, companies are exerting their solidarity with students. For example, Delta and United Airlines […]
Want to improve ethics and compliance? Try a values-based approach.
New data from LRN Corp. indicates that basing an E&C program on values, rather than rules, may be the way to go. By Emily Payne When it comes to making investments in ethics and compliance programs, it’s best for companies to keep their efforts focused on a values-based approach, according to a new report. The […]