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ComplianceJobs
April 19, 2018

Chief Compliance Officer Investment Management in Greater Los Angeles

We are representing a rapidly growing and innovative investment management firm in their search for a Chief Compliance Officer. Why Join Us: Award winning investment firm with a focus on customer experience 100% year-on-year AUM growth, 50% headcount growth target for 2018 Top down board level support of compliance program…
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ComplianceHiringJobs
March 27, 2018

Compliance Director – N. America, International Pharma Company, Raleigh, NC (home of U.S. office)

Compliance Director – N. America International Pharma Company Raleigh, NC (home of U.S. office) We are representing an international pharma company with over a 100-year history in being a leader in their space. Overview of Compliance Director role: Support the Chief Compliance Officer in maintaining and overseeing North America Compliance…
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Board and C Suite Top 10 Risks 2018
Compliance
February 7, 2018

Board and C-Suite: Top 10 Risks 2018

A recent survey of director and C-level executives divulged the risks that their organizations face in the upcoming year. The top ten common risk themes are ranked in order of priority below. Protiviti and North Carolina State University’s ERM Initiative have completed our sixth annual survey of directors and C-level…
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Compliance
December 18, 2017

Evolving Compliance

Is Your Program Adaptive? True Office Learning works with major corporations to provide detailed compliance insights through data analytics. Over the years, they’ve learned a lot about how employees learn and the benefits of creating adaptive learning environments. This kind of environment is key in knowledge acquisition and retention, and…
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Compliance
October 30, 2017

Give Me a Break: Compliance with Wage Hour Obligations

Fisher Phillips partner John Skousen explores what employers may need to know in order to comply with laws pertaining to unpaid on-call shifts. As long as employers release employees from certain restrictions and permit them to engage in personal activities while on call, employers can remain compliant with wage hour…
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Compliance
October 25, 2017

5 Ways Boards Must Improve Compliance Oversight

Compliance is evolving, and board members may now be unsure of their related responsibilities. Board members are more and more reliant on the data obtained from information systems to make their decisions. How can they use this information, and what are the traps they need to avoid?
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Compliance
October 24, 2017

The Trump Effect on FCPA Enforcement

Despite assurances from senior DOJ officials that the U.S. would maintain robust enforcement of the FCPA, enforcement has waned in the first eight months of the Trump presidency, with the DOJ and SEC combined announcing only four enforcement actions since the President took office.
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Compliance
October 23, 2017

The Board’s Overlooked Role in Compliance

It’s long been said that an effective compliance program can’t exist without a strong culture of ethics and compliance. Also critical is tone from the top, without which there’s no clear directive for the organization and employees on the importance of compliance. The board of directors plays a critical role…
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Compliance
October 16, 2017

The Many Compliance Challenges of Mobile Computing

Mobile computing presents a unique set of challenges to compliance officers. Our devices are truly omnichannel and not just dedicated to one aspect of our lives.  No organization can be fully compliant with data protection regulations when its staff carry personal devices with sensitive information on them; many of these devices…
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Compliance
October 11, 2017

Employment Law Retaliation in the Digital Age

What Kinds of Social Media Posts are Protected? Employees are increasingly using social media to complain about their employment and employers.  As a result, employment-law retaliation claims based on social media activity are on the rise. Employers must treat social media activity with the same concern for retaliation claims as…
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