This webcast aired on December 1, 2022.
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With heightened Department of Justice (DOJ) expectations for organizations to have tailored training and communication as a cornerstone of an effective compliance program, code of conduct training is no longer a nice to have. The challenge for chief compliance officers—with limited resources, competing priorities, and new risk areas—is how to satisfy both regulators and their employees, who want training that’s more engaging and relevant to their work.
Compliance Week recently surveyed compliance, risk, and audit professionals to assess the state of corporate code of conduct training. The findings may reassure some and motivate others to reassess their programs. From top concerns for 2023 to the features they rate most important, the message is clear: a “paper program” approach to code training won’t cut it in a post-pandemic environment.
Join Maria D’Avanzo, Traliant’s chief evangelist officer, legal expert, former chief ethics and compliance officer, and chief data privacy officer, to discuss the survey findings and offer fresh insights, practical tips, and best practices in creating an effective code of conduct training program.
In this webinar, you’ll learn:
- Why it’s important to connect the dots between your code and employee conduct.
- How to tailor your code training so it meets both DOJ and employees’ expectations.
- Why offering the same training year after year hurts your compliance efforts.
- Practical ways to educate employees and motivate behavior change, whether they’re onsite or in a remote/hybrid setting.
- How question level reporting and other innovations can help you measure effectiveness.
Register today to save your seat for this dynamic webinar.
Maria D’Avanzo, Chief Evangelist Officer – Traliant