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Employee Engagement 2017-01-15T20:42:51+00:00

Questions Chief Compliance Officers Should Ask in A Job Interview
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By: Maurice Gilbert, CEO, CCI

By | August 12th, 2016|Categories: Employee Engagement|Tags: |

Maurice Gilbert, CEO, Corporate Compliance Insights. In today’s regulatory climate, the Chief Compliance Officer faces increased personal liability for corporate wrongdoing. There are ways CCO’s can minimize personal risk on the job -- Read More

Advice & Strategy: Three Pillars on the Framework for Driving Sustainability
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By: David A. Golden, Corporate Secretary, Eastman Chemical Company

By | July 14th, 2016|Categories: Employee Engagement|Tags: |

David A. Golden, Eastman Chemical Company. A sustainable company creates significantly more value in the world than the resources it consumes. With this basic “equation”, one framework to use when driving sustainability within Read More

Case Study: PepsiCo on Building A Long-Term, Sustainable Company
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By: Aarti Maharaj

By | June 26th, 2016|Categories: Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement, RSS BELA Member|Tags: |

Earning a social license to operate is not something that happens automatically, said PepsiCo’s Executive Vice President, Government Affairs, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary Tony West during an interview with Ethisphere’s CEO Tim Read More

Compliance Education in the Financial Services Industry
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By: Timothy P. Glynn, Seton Hall School of Law

By | May 27th, 2016|Categories: Employee Engagement|Tags: |

When Seton Hall Law School first launched its healthcare compliance programs more than a decade ago, it was one of the first law schools to focus on compliance education, and it remains a leader today Read More

A Cup of Kindness: A Culture of Transparency, Honesty, and Respect
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By: Lucy Lee Helm, EVP, General Counsel, Starbucks

By | May 17th, 2016|Categories: Employee Engagement, RSS BELA Member|Tags: |

Lucy Lee Helm, EVP, General Counsel and Secretary, Starbucks I joined Starbucks 16 years ago, transitioning from private practice as a trial lawyer. My law firm was an exceptional place to work, with Read More