Avoid Problems Before They Arise: Corporate Compliance and Training
Historically, many companies failed to create and implement anti-corruption, anti-money laundering, and sexual harassment compliance and training programs.
In an article for Daily Business Review, attorneys Wifredo Ferrer and Michael Hantman discuss the severity of failing to create and implement compliance and training programs for issues like anti-corruption, anti-money laundering and sexual harassment, and how such proactive programs are just as important as and even synonymous with an insurance policy. They outline who needs a policy and how taking steps to prevent misconduct through compliance and training is becoming more standardized in this day and age. The authors conclude that a small investment up front in compliance and training can prevent potentially huge costs in the future or, in some instances, losing the entire enterprise.
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