Compliance

Best Practices for Mitigating Co-Employment and Independent Contractor Compliance Risks

Best Practices for Mitigating Co-Employment and Independent Contractor Compliance Risks

When properly managed, non-employees give businesses a competitive advantage, but improper hiring and management practices can introduce employers to a whole other set of challenges and risk. Matt Rivera breaks down the potential co-employment and independent contractor compliance issues, and discusses the best practices for implementing a compliance program to protect your organization.

5 Steps for Building an Effective Compliance Program

Too often, organizations forget that busy people working in challenging times need to know what to do and what not to do related to compliance -- with the same clarity as other job responsibilities they shoulder. Most importantly, they need to know and believe to their core that their employer sincerely wants to find out about problems and welcomes the...

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Monitoring for Compliance

According to CCI's Code of Conduct expert Jason Lunday, monitoring - despite being a little understood element of process management - serves as a powerful tool to ensure that ethics and compliance processes continue to work and improve.

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