Survey: Measuring the impact of code of conduct training

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In the past, compliance training was regarded by companies as optional. Organizations can no longer afford to take that view.

Recent guidance from the Department of Justice (DOJ) puts pressure on businesses to ensure compliance reinforces the values, policies, and procedures of the organization. Yet, “Compliance teams are still typically understaffed and overworked,” said Maria D’Avanzo, chief evangelist officer at Traliant. The department must take advantage of opportunities to craft its message to employees in an effective manner.

Enter code of conduct training.

More than 70 percent of respondents to a survey from Compliance Week and Traliant, an online compliance training provider, believe their organization’s code of conduct (CoC) training to be effective. The survey, conducted in September and October, received responses from 209 compliance and risk professionals representing both private and public organizations.

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