My favorite session! People’s minds are diverse – so it is important to ensure corporate communications and training considers those who are neurodiverse. Otherwise, the message you are putting out may not be getting received. About 20% of the workforce is neurodivergent, and many do not want to self-identify. Inclusion cannot be dependent on self-identification.
This is the fourth blog article in our series detailing the highlights of SCCE’s 2023 Compliance & Ethics Institute.
This is the third blog article in our series detailing the highlights of SCCE’s 2023 Compliance & Ethics Institute. Today’s featured fabulous session with Dan Harper and Kasey Ingram explored the dynamic role of the compliance function in a financially distressed organization.
This is the second blog article in our series detailing the highlights of SCCE’s 2023 Compliance & Ethics Institute. I attended a fantastic session on compliance’s role in disaster preparedness including planning, management, response, and recovery presented by Jillian Cusack, Laura Fey, and Tom Leatherbee.
From a compliance professional’s perspective, it is difficult to overstate how valuable attendance at the annual Compliance & Ethics Institute has become. Compliance professionals are not only a most welcoming and friendly group of curious humans, but they are also the premier source of knowledge and experience in all historic and evolving corporate compliance and ethics topics.
Attention all corporate officers, you have a duty of oversight! The Delaware Court of Chancery (a.k.a. the court businesses and other courts track for guidance on corporate governance) recently extended the corporate duties of oversight, loyalty, and care from the board of directors to corporate officers. The recent decision in In re: McDonald’s Corp.
The Cannabis Regulatory Association (CANNRA) has released its letter to the 177th Congress. Included in the letter is an introduction to some members of the association and their growing expertise in the cannabis industry. It addresses some potential state and federal regulatory issues, and offers the services of CANNRA to aid in new legislation.
Welcome to the CLEAResources ComplianceCommando™ Blog! Today we recount our interview with fraud expert Kelly Paxton, CFE, PI, and review her superb recent book “Embezzlement: How to Prevent, Detect, and Investigate Pink Collar Crime” – a must-read for any business owner and available on Amazon.
Welcome back to the CLEAResources ComplianceCommando™ Blog! Today we look at the newly formed U.S. Cannabis Council, it’s composition, objectives, and focus on ethical business rooted in the boardroom.
Welcome to the CLEAResources ComplianceCommando™ blog! Today we explore the topic of the roles and challenges of the brave women in the cannabis industry.
Welcome to the CLEAResources ComplianceCommando™ Blog! Today we address the critical terms and vocabulary for corporations to know in order to address social equity issues.
IT’S HERE! Virginia’s Final Permanent Standard for Infectious Disease Prevention of the SARS-CoV-2 Virus That Causes COVID-19, found at 16VAC25-220.
Welcome to the CLEAResources Blog! Now that the New Year is in full swing, the usual pace of our days resumes but there is so much for corporate compliance officers to track with emerging trends and a new administration. Like the weather, corporate compliance guidelines, advice, and best practices are always evolving.
It’s a New Year – a time for “new beginnings,” “resolutions,” and fresh starts. …Or is it?
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