At the heart of Ethisphere’s motto of Good. Smart. Business. Profit, this discipline focuses on mitigating the risks created by people out in the world acting on behalf of your organization. Whether it is more effective manager training or an anti-corruption policy employees will actually read, our contributors discuss how to structure pragmatic solutions to pan-industry problems.

Reflecting on Year 2 of the BELA APAC Chapter: Growth, Engagement, and Transformation

By |2021-07-18T23:45:01+00:00July 18th, 2021|Asia-Pacific, Compliance and Ethics, Legal and Regulatory|

The past year was a challenge globally, and yet we experienced the global ethics and compliance community come together to ensure continuity in their work. We saw a unique level of commitment from our Asia Pacific leaders who were tasked with re-imagining their ethics and integrity programs. While we weren’t able to get together ...

Key Findings: Building and Sustaining an Effective Champion Program

By |2021-02-05T23:48:58+00:00February 5th, 2021|Compliance and Ethics|

The full Guide is available to members of the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance on the BELA Member Hub. Champion programs are a proven way to broaden the reach of ethics and compliance programs and embed compliance into the culture. Also, known as liaisons or ambassadors, champions are a cost-effective way to cascade ...

Five Ethics & Compliance Trends to Follow into 2021

By |2021-02-05T00:30:40+00:00February 5th, 2021|Compliance and Ethics|

Erica Salmon Byrne, EVP and Chair of the Business Ethics Leadership Alliance, Ethisphere The era of energy drinks is over, according to 2021 food trend predictions. In its place? Beverages that promote sleep and calm. Consumers will also be turning to products that support social causes and are friendlier to the earth. And ...

[LISTEN] Continuous Improvement on Risk with Huntington Ingalls Industries

By |2021-02-10T21:00:42+00:00October 13th, 2020|Compliance and Ethics, Podcasts, Risk and Reputation|

Courtesy of the Association of Corporate Counsel, Ethisphere Magazine Executive Editor Tyler Lawrence got a chance to chat with Huntington Ingalls Industries’ Leasa Anderson and Julie Gresham about their relationship with the Association of Corporate Counsel, the importance of continuous learning, the ACC’s Global Annual Meeting, and how their organization thinks about compliance risk ...

Remote Investigations: A New Frontier?

By |2020-10-28T19:55:26+00:00September 24th, 2020|Compliance and Ethics, COVID-19|

The changing nature of how we work is resonating across all corporate functions, including those tasked with internal investigations. Conducting this assignment remotely, while not physically at the location of the inquiry or face-to-face, has always been part of the equation. However, it has become more relevant and necessary, and is now oftentimes the only ...

[WATCH] Compliance Risk Assessments with The Home Depot’s Gina Vollmer

By |2020-10-28T19:51:16+00:00September 22nd, 2020|Compliance and Ethics, Risk and Reputation|

Ethisphere Magazine Executive Editor Tyler Lawrence got the chance to speak with Gina Vollmer, Senior Corporate Counsel - International, Supply Chain and Regulatory at The Home Depot. Vollmer discusses the topic of her panel at the upcoming Association of Corporate Counsel Virtual Annual Meeting, which will be titled, "Taking a Holistic Approach to Combat ...

Volkswagen: Managing the Monitorship

By |2020-08-18T16:52:05+00:00August 18th, 2020|Compliance and Ethics, Legal and Regulatory|

Managing a Mammoth Task Volkswagen Group, the German carmaker with 670,000 employees worldwide and brands such as Volkswagen and Audi, is currently in the final stages of its monitorship, imposed by the US Department of Justice (DoJ) to oversee the implementation of new ethics and Dr. Thomas Meiers, Chief Coordinator, Central Coordination Monitor ...

[LISTEN] Volkswagen on Approach to Monitorship

By |2020-08-18T17:59:33+00:00August 18th, 2020|Compliance and Ethics, Podcasts|

For the last three years, Thomas Meiers has been the Senior Vice President at Volkswagen charged with overseeing the company’s monitorship with the United States Department of Justice following the diesel emissions scandal. In this conversation with Ethisphere expert Leslie Benton, he goes into detail about how the company approached its relationship with the ...

How Ms. Sucheta Burman Balances Compliance with Zee Entertainment’s “Big Hairy Audacious Goals”

By |2020-10-21T16:30:36+00:00August 17th, 2020|***RSS BELA Member, Compliance and Ethics, South Asia|

Download a full PDF of the 2020 BELA South Asia publication. For the average middle-class woman watching Zee with her family, the focus is on the lavish jewellery, intricately designed sarees, a sprawling mansion, and family drama—a lot of planning goes into the concept of a show on Zee, but what about the legalities associated ...

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