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Employee lawsuits are unfortunately common for employers. Beyond the legal ramifications, a lawsuit ultimately reflects an employee who felt they had no other choice but to sue. A recent EEOC lawsuit provides context for the costs of bias and retaliation, and the benefits of reporting issues internally, early and effectively. The Case In the lawsuit, Adrian […]

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Many large enterprises provide compliance training to their employees. A 2017 report by KPMG provides survey data and analysis of compliance best practices, including employee communication and training. This post pulls out data points that allow us to better evaluate the value of effective online compliance training. KPMG’s The Compliance Journey (“the Survey”) surveyed organizations […]

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When the US Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) announces a settlement with an employer, the press release generally says that the employer agrees to provide certain kinds of compliance training in the future. In EEOC settlements announced in March 2017, the EEOC announced that it had required an Illinois sheet metal company to train its employees […]

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Having an ethics and compliance program with no implementation plan is akin to implementing the program without measuring its effectiveness. There are plenty of resources expended but no one is sure what, if anything, is gained. This post continues our discussion of ethics and compliance programs, which has covered the hallmarks of a compliant program, […]

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