This was our first year exhibiting at SCCE's CEI event in Las Vegas. As first time exhibitors, we really didn't have previous CEI events to compare this one to. But what this one did have, that previous years didn't, was a heightened sense of perseverance and desire to make our own pockets of our worlds that much stronger and successful.
The WhistleBlower Security team is very excited to be attending and exhibiting, at The 16th Annual Compliance & Ethics Institute next week in Las Vegas.
Last night, I was finally able to watch the pilot of Wisdom of the Crowd that I had recorded.
"Power is gained by sharing knowledge, not hoarding it." ~Hubspot founder
No? Are you sure? Your Code of Ethics should properly steer all business decisions in the right direction and not crash and burn in the process. Crashing and burning stinks. Your Code should show employees and customers you are a responsible company. It should not leave employees confused.
Anonymous employee tips are a critical ingredient of detecting workplace fraud and other wrongdoing. Promoting a speak-up culture in the workplace where employees can bring forward any ethics and compliance concerns creates a significant advantage for an organization.