7 Modules Your Compliance Training Resources Must Include

Kitaboo

Compliance training is usually a part of every employee’s initial training process. Compliance training resources and modules generally consist of a long list of code of conduct which includes topics such as anti-harassment, bribery, FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practice Act), protection of company data, client interactions, usage of company property and data security, etc. Are your Compliance Training Resources Effective? How to Deliver Compliance Training?

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7 Modules Your Compliance Training Resources Must Include

Kitaboo

Compliance training is usually a part of every employee’s initial training process. It generally consists of a long list of code of conduct which includes topics such as anti-harassment, bribery, FCPA (Foreign Corrupt Practice Act), protection of company data, client interactions, usage of company property and data security etc. Are your Compliance Training Resources Effective? Employees quickly glance through them and go for the start test button.

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Mitigate the Risk: Best Practices for Employee, Client and Third Party Due Diligence in the Financial Services Industry

Sterling Check

Hiring the right talent, maintaining accountability for those you hire and managing through the complex regulatory landscape has never been more important – and more challenging for financial institutions. Sterling Talent Solutions partnered with Compliance Risk Concepts (CRC) , a business-focused team of senior compliance consultants and executives, to publish the White Paper, “Employee, Client and Third Party Due Diligence: The Cost of Ineffective Monitoring Procedures.”

Best Practices for Employee Due Diligence in the Financial Services Industry

Sterling Check

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