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Upholding the Values of Your Organization
compliance training that makes sense to everyone and defends your business
Ethics and compliance start with written policies but training is how these policies are communicated to each and every employee on your team. Training creates defensible practices that:
Protect workers from unsafe or discriminatory work environments or practices.
Protects your organization from lawsuits or litigation stemming from accidents, inappropriate behavior, or violations of policy, regulations or laws as well as theft.
Protects your customers, clients, vendors and associates from errors or from fraudulent or negligent behaviors.
A well designed compliance program prevents and detects wrongdoing and is well integrated into the company's operations and workforce.
- Training is the hallmark of a successful program -
US DEPT OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE EVALUATION OF CORPORATE COMPLIANCE PROGRAMS, JUNE 2020
Single use training does not work.
A set of written policies and rules that govern your organization create the foundation for a compliance program, but information shared in a flurry of on boarding or in a sheet of rules tells an employee what to do but does not teach the employee how to act and is often forgotten soon after it is shared. This creates risk to your business and to your reputation.
The # of employees who report having witnessed a compliance violation in the last two years.
Workers are twice as likely to leave their jobs after observing a compliance violation.
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Compliance training that works.
The TRIFT learning solution makes it easy to deliver and customize your compliance program. You can also add your own content or additional training to make the program uniquely your own.
Deliver training in plain language that makes sense to your employees in their day to day operations.
Customize your training to the employee's role and function through Learning Paths.
Re-assign training when new policies are created or when a need gap is identified.
Measure effectiveness through integrated assessments and knowledge checks.
An investment in knowledge pays for itself.
Clear expectations help your employees know what to do, even when no-one is watching.
28% Less Shrinkage
SOURCE: GALLUP 2016 Q12 META-ANALYSIS
One dollar invested in compliance training yields an average return of $1.37 on decreased damages, settlements and fines.
SOURCE: ASSOCIATION OF CORPORATE COUNSEL