Compliance and the Culture Chasm

Why Funding Alone Does Not Create a Sustainable Ethics & Compliance Program
Stop "Doing" Compliance


Despite the millions of dollars that E&C leaders are spending on their programs, we are still seeing major compliance failures and corporate scandals in the news, which prompt greater zeal on the part of enforcement agencies.

This is due to the fact that no matter how much time, effort, or money is invested on training employees on legal requirements and internal policies, it’s impossible to anticipate and address every possible situation that could arise.

In order to truly have an effective Ethics & Compliance program, companies need to focus on embedding values into their culture that will aid employees in acting ethically no matter what the situation.

Download this whitepaper to learn more about:

  • The inherent limits of compliance
  • Why doing the minimum or “checking the box” is not enough to ensure compliance
  • Information on some of LRN’s helpful cultural assessments

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