Increase employee confidence with a speak up culture A speak-up culture is a workplace culture that values and encourages employees to express their fears, provide their feedback, ask questions, raise concerns, and make suggestions without fear of retaliation or any other kind of harm resulting from speaking up.
Business ethics and corporate social responsibility in action Business ethics and corporate social responsibility have never been more important for attracting and retaining top-tier employees and a loyal customer following. Although these two terms are often confused as having similar meanings, they actually vary quite a bit. Here, we’ll explain the difference and why both are essential for any successful company today.
Compliance solutions recognize potential patterns and threats What is Compliance in Business? Business Compliance Definition Business Compliance Requirements Risk Management System Continuous Controls Monitoring and Compliance Reporting GDPR Compliance Software Policy Management Environmental, Health and Safety Management Software Whistleblowing Software Compliance Case Management Conclusion/About Whistleblower Security What is Compliance in Business? Every industry has some form of compliance protocols that they need to follow to keep their business information safe while ensuring they meet industry standards. This could include legal, security, industry and other regulatory requirements. Lack of adhering to these rules can result in hefty fines and even jail time. That’s why organizations need to start implementing compliance management solutions that can help them meet their regulatory requirements.
How to handle a toxic work environment Dealing with a toxic environment, whether in your personal life or at work, is never easy. Workplace toxicity can leave employees feeling unproductive, overlooked, and drained at the end of the day. Negativity at work can present itself in many ways, and it’s important to recognize the signs so that you can solve the problem or look for opportunities elsewhere.
Canada is dead last for whistleblower protection A report released earlier this month by the Government Accountability Project and the International Bar Association found Canada ranked dead last among 37 countries recently surveyed for their whistleblower protection laws. It’s not a good look for Canada.
Fraud Detection and Prevention: 10 Fraud Prevention Techniques You Can Use Today! No organization wants to wake up to find itself the center of unexpected liability or unwelcomed scrutiny. That vulnerability is more significant with the increased occupational fraud stimulated by today's challenging economy, especially if your resources are stretched thin. Fraud costs everyone more if ignored, and your organization is not immune from it.