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Andre Bywater on the UK Modern Slavery Act [Podcast]

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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org The UK Modern Slavery Act has been law for some time now, requiring companies doing substantial business in the United Kingdom to disclose what they are doing to combat modern slavery, and to post a disclosure statement on their website. As Andre Bywater of Cordery Compliance reports in the Compliance Perspectives […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, disclosures, human trafficking, modern slavery, Reporting, supply chain | View Count: (5)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org It’s important for compliance to have a seat at the table when a business makes big decisions.  On a practical level, it means compliance can help the business team understand the risks and respond to them appropriately.  On a symbolic level, it’s a sign that compliance is integrated into the organization’s operations. […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, ethics, management, metrics, sales management | View Count: (17)
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Jane Brown on a Compliance Program of One [Podcast]

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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org Sometimes the compliance department isn’t so much of a department.  It may be just one person responsible for the program, and he or she may be wearing other hats as well.  That’s the case for Jane Brown, Chief Compliance Officer and Director of Business Operations for THD America. When stepping into […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, ethics, small to medium enterprises, SMEs | View Count: (22)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org Robin Singh isn’t that much different from most healthcare compliance professionals.  He works for a healthy system with 12 hospitals, 20,000 employees and over 60 clinics.  What’s different, at least for most of the readers and podcasts listeners, is he does all this Abu Dhabi.  Although the healthcare system in the […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, conflicts of interest, ethics, Gulf Cooperation Council, privacy, regulatory environment | View Count: (19)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org It’s a busy time in the managed care industry, reports Carolyn Barton, the Vice President Compliance and Regional Compliance Officer for Kaiser Permanente Washington.  There are new entrants, evolving models of care and more communication with patients than ever before.  At the same time, she notes in this podcast, regulators are […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, #metoo, compliance, HIPAA, managed care, opioids | View Count: (22)
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Gerry Zack’s 2019 Update [Podcast]

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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org In November 2018 Gerry Zack assumed the CEO role of the Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and Health Care Compliance Association.  It was the culmination of a well-choreographed and seamless transition between Gerry and long-time CEO Roy Snell. Now that Gerry fully has the reigns of the organization he sat […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, complete compliance and ethics manual, compliance, digital publishing, ethics, ethikos | View Count: (59)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org In many parts of the world, the giving and receiving of gifts is a normal business practice.  The challenge is that gift giving can pose significant risk and constitute a violation of the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) or UK Bribery Act. There is also great risk in the paying […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, anti-corruption, anticorruption, bribes, corporate gifts, facilitation payments, FCPA | View Count: (32)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org We hear a lot these days about Artificial Intelligence (AI), machine learning and all that it can do.  But it’s hard to understand what’s real and what isn’t. Christian Focacci, Vice President, Offering Management at Steele Compliance Solutions, sat down and demystified AI for compliance professionals.  In this conversation he explains: […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, AI, artificial intelligence, compliance, machine learning, policies, regulations, third-party risk | View Count: (39)
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Beth Socoski on Disclosures and Culture [Podcast]

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By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org When considering whether or not to make a disclosure to a regulator, legal considerations typically dominate.  Beth Socoski, Senior Manager at WellCare Health Plans, argues that one other key factor needs to be considered:  the impact on corporate culture. In this podcast, she argues that disclosures are an opportunity to demonstrate […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Hot Topics, Podcasts, compliance, Corporate Communications, corporate culture, disclosure, root cause analysis, values | View Count: (36)
By Adam Turteltaub adam.turteltaub@corporatecompliance.org Compliance can be a lonely job, but it’s best not done alone.  Working with other departments is essential for a program to be successful. Lauren Connell, the Director, Compliance & Integrity at Nielsen, has found a few keys for making cross-functional partnerships work. First, she advises in the podcast (and for […]
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| Categories: Compliance | Tags: Podcasts, compliance, corporate culture, finance, hr, internal audit, internal investigations, partnerships, risk | View Count: (41)
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