As many as three-quarters of US workers have experienced some type of bullying at work. Even more worryingly, 72% felt their workplace rationalized a culture of bullying or denied it existed at all.
Branching out beyond email and ensuring information is easily accessible were quoted as some of the key priorities for many professionals who gathered at SCCE’s annual Compliance and Ethics Institute conference in Las Vegas, 15th – 18th October 2017.
Conflicts of interest and sexual harassment are the priority themes that Ethics and Compliance officers will be communicating in the coming months, according to our survey at SCCE’s Compliance & Ethics conference in Chicago last week (September 2016).
SnapComms attended the annual SCCE Compliance and Ethics Institute in Chicago last week. And this time, we took our camera to ask delegates:
- What are the key topics they're focussing on;
- What the challenges are on reaching their target audience; and
- What they thought were the most effective ways of getting employees' attention for compliance messages.
Find out what they said in this short video.