With an evolving regulatory landscape, increased attention to political and social issues, and heightened attention to incidents and whistleblower protections, the past five years have demonstrated that merely checking the box on compliance is no longer enough. Corporations that do not take a proactive approach risk serious financial and reputational damage.
Internal compliance teams face many challenges in adapting to a changing landscape in a timely fashion: disparate policies and processes scattered across the organization, manual processes that slow things down and employee resistance, to name a few. Where should teams focus first?
Download this roadmap to best practices in four priority areas critical to building and fine-tuning an internal compliance program.