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CPE Library

Survey Results: Top Priorities for Ethics and Compliance in 2018

July 12, 2018, 2:00pm EDT

CPE Credit(s): 1

Software Demo

Need a Better Solution for your Board Reporting? Convercent’s Insights with Benchmarking

Sponsored by Convercent | March 13, 2018

Convercent offers a dynamic benchmarking dashboard, that moves when your data moves.  Therefore, for any chart or graph in Convercent Insights, you will see a benchmark line to compare your data viewed in that moment.

CPE Library

Disclosures: the many faces of risk boards should be tracking

September 07, 2017, 2:00pm EDT

CPE Credit(s): 1

Ebook

e-Book: Rooting Out Conflicts of Interest

Sponsored by Convercent | March 26, 2015

Employment ComplianceA conflict-of-interest issue can occur at any time. As regulators turn the heat up on this issue, most companies now have conflict-of-interest policies that oblige the disclosure of conflicts when they arise. This e-Book, produced by Compliance Week in cooperation with Convercent, looks at what companies are doing to drive awareness and educate employees about conflicts of interest. The real issue is training them to recognize when a situation could potentially lead to a conflict and having a thorough disclosure management process in place.

White Paper

Connecting Policies with Ethics

Sponsored by Convercent | August 22, 2013

This easy-to-follow guide is based on our 20 years of experience in compliance program consulting.

White Paper

10 Tips for Better Policy Management

Sponsored by Convercent | August 15, 2013

Convercent's white paper, “Creating Great Company Policies: 10 Tips for Better Policy Management,” provides useful advice to get you started on the path to better compliance through better policy management.

White Paper

Managing the He Said, She Said Investigation

Sponsored by Convercent | June 11, 2013

Two People, One Dispute, No Witnesses: What's the Truth? Workplace incidents that involve two people, with no witnesses, often come down to one person's word against the other. Assessing each person's credibility so you can resolve the case fairly can be a challenge. But there are proven ways to successfully investigate and resolve one of the most difficult scenarios in the workplace.