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Special Report on

Risk Management, Compliance, and Ethics

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The NorthWest Arkansas Community College workplace ethics program’s objective is to promote and encourage ethical conduct in the workplace by all college employees. The program emphasizes training and exposing College employees to ethics in the workplace so they are able to apply ethical concepts and principals to their NWACC responsibilities. Also, the program offers employees an opportunity to anonymously report ethical concerns or problems they encounter in the college workplace via the NWACC Ethics Helpline. The NWACC Ethics Committee works with the college Ethics Compliance Officer to administer the college ...
There has been a long history of business and government excesses and subsequent legal, public and political reaction. Response to criminal misconduct has resulted in legal sanctions, governance practices, compliance standards and cultural transformation. Over the last 40 years, several major events in American business and subsequent legislation and regulation have shaped the way organizations do thier business. The events with the most significant impact and influence in the development of compliance programs are the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act , the Committee of Sponsoring Organizations, and the Federal Sentencing Guidelines .
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a lawyer based out of Houston, Texas. A specific section of the webinar that really stuck with me was a titled “Doing More With Less.” This has been a major topic of discussion recently, as organizations deal with the effects of the recession and the growing demands of ethics and compliance. Organizations are carefully considering where to spend their dollars. Ethics and compliance departments tend to have their budgets cut first, as some employers have a difficult time determining the return on investment of their ethics and compliance initiatives. In the Ethisphere article “ Take it from the Top: When Deloitte ... market research, surveys and trends
Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute 2009 Schedule and ...
will be hosting four Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute seminars between the months of March and July. The seminars are geared towards benefiting anyone in the substantive or procedural aspects of corporate compliance and ethics, including: General counsel or other in-house counsel; Compliance and ethics officers; Compliance and ethics managers; Business managers; Internal audit personnel; Risk managers; Outside counsel involved in advising on compliance and ethics subjects or programs. The goal of the Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute seminars is to bring together a distinguished faculty list from major ... market research, surveys and trends


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Stephen Ascher is a partner in Jenner & Block’s New York office. He is a member of the firm’s litigation department and its securities litigation, business litigation, class action litigation, white collar criminal defense and counseling and professional liability litigation practices. In September 2006, Mr. Ascher joined Jenner & Block from Kronish Lieb Weiner & Hellman, where he was a partner. Mr. Ascher’s practice focuses on complex civil and criminal litigation, including claims for and against financial institutions, SEC enforcement work, internal corporate investigations, and white-collar criminal ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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I wanted to share what I found to be surprising statistics from their recently published 2010 Report on the Current State of Enterprise Risk Oversight: 2nd Edition" published in February.48.7% of respondents describe the sophistication of their risk oversight processes as immature to minimally mature... Posted on April 27, 2010 (12/16/2009)The Securities and Exchange Commission today approved rules to enhance the information provided to shareholders so they are better able to evaluate the leadership of public companies.In particular, the new rules require disclosures in proxy and information statements about:The ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Customer Expressions to Attend the Annual Compliance and Ethics Institute ...
“Over the past two years, we’ve completed global implementations of i-Sight for managing employee relations, ethics , privacy , compliance and security investigations. Ray Gerard, President at CEC, will be presenting at the conference this year alongside Lyn Scrine, Ethics Director at Allstate- which is an extremely exciting opportunity for us. This year, we look forward to engaging with industry professionals to learn more about their needs during challenging economic times, to continue to meet the growing demands of ethics and compliance professionals.” said Joe Gerard, Vice President at Customer Expressions. SCCE’s Annual ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Is ERP Ready for Corporate Social Responsibility?
We are entering an era where corporate social responsibility (CSR) is of central concern to executives of almost every enterprise. With the publication of ISO 26000, a standard for CSR based on the UN Global Compact, executives now have a reliable blueprint for action. But to what extent is enterprise technology up to the task of documenting CSR initiatives? Enterprise Resources Planning (ERP) can currently address some elements of ISO 26000, but with few exceptions has a ways to go to address challenging areas like the environmental requirements of this critical new standard. The new standard focuses on four key domains: • ... market trends, news research and surveys resources


Mar 26, 2010 ... online resources to address governance, risk management, compliance and ethics ( GRC) for corporations and other organizations. ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Live Seminar - Corporate Compliance and Ethics Institute 2010 ...
The state of corporate compliance and ethics continues to change dramatically. The regulatory environment has grown riskier and more complex for organizations. At the same time, current economic conditions are creating a host of challenges for compliance and ethics programs. In many companies with financial challenges, compliance officers are facing budget and staff cuts, and are expected to do more with less. And, as “best practices” continue to develop and organizations move the bar with respect to their compliance and ethics programs, the expectations of government regulators have correspondingly been raised. At ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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Journalism and Ethics | LinkedIn Answers | LinkedIn
First of all, I am not a practicing journalist or an ethicist. However, I thought it was news that would bring lots of attention among the journalists in terms of their professional practice. As in many other professions, occasionally a practitioner make choices and decisions that is not acceptable within their own community or among the general public. Journalists are not immune to it. I am sure, in addition to the journalist associations, each news organization would have their own specific code of professional practice, standard operating procedures (SOPs) and/or professional and social responsibility guidelines for those ...
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that examines ethical rules and principles within a commercial context; the various moral or ethical problems that can arise in a business setting; and any special duties or obligations that apply to persons who are engaged in commerce." Generally speaking, business ethics is a normative discipline, whereby particular ethical standards are advocated and then applied. It makes specific judgements about what is right or wrong, which is to say, it makes claims about what ought to be done or what ought not to be done. While there are some exceptions, business ethicists are usually less concerned with the foundations of ethics (