GRC 20/20’s Michael Rasmussen will be speaking on the blog below in an ESG context on the webinar: Policy & Training Management: A Foundation of a Successful ESG Program
The scenarios of ethical and compliance exposure across business operations and frontline employees are unlimited. Some involve malicious employees, others could be inadvertent mistakes, while some scenarios involve activity that employees should catch and report.
The most significant exposures to ethics and compliance issues are not in the bowels of the organization, they are at the front lines. The organization must effectively engage employees and educate them about compliance and policies in the context of their role in the organization.
Compliance is an (extended enterprise) engagement challenge
The challenge is that organizations need to find a way to get everyone involved and adhering to policies to build integrity across the whole organization and the extended enterprise.
Compliance communications, attestations, and disclosure matter. However, when you look at the typical organization you would think policies and compliance processes are irrelevant and a nuisance . . .
[THE REST OF THIS ARTICLE CAN BE FOUND ON THE EKKO/LEARNING ZONE BLOG WHERE GRC 20/20’S MICHAEL RASMUSSEN IS A GUEST AUTHOR]