How are you dealing with your millennials employees?

What is generation?

The generation theory was first introduced by the socialist Karl Manheim in 1923. The theory divides generation into groups according to their wishes, experiences, expectancies, values, lifestyles and demographic characteristics, which influence their lives and the way that they consume and behave.

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Capturing Employee Personal Trades

Automating the monitoring of personal trade accounts requires the capture of trade data in an electronic format. Data capture is an important topic and one that is not always fully understood. Typically, firms begin data capture by acquiring direct feeds from the major brokerage firms. This can resolve 60-70% of trade capture needs for US accounts. A good start, but significant challenges remain; the 30-40% of US accounts that are not captured as well as the non-US trading activity ,typically 80-90%.

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Behavioral Compliance and Ethics

Most people know of behavioral ethics, an area of social science that illustrates how we are not as ethical as we think we are due to different cognitive biases. The field of behavioral compliance and ethics is lesser known. It attempts to use behavioral ethics insights to create and run more effective compliance programs. In a recent post on the FCPA blog, attorney Jim Kaplan offers some ways in which you can apply behavioral compliance and ethics to your corporate compliance program. 

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OECD Takes Aim at Japan's Anti-Bribery and Corruption Efforts

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) Working Group on Bribery in International Transactions recently took aim at Japan’s efforts to combat bribery of foreign public officials.  

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5 Steps to Avoid Employee Misconduct

Employee conduct is a priority in many industries, especially in regulated businesses. Making sure you know what conduct risks are is key to running an effective compliance programme. We have listed 5 steps that you must consider in order to enhance the compliance of your business and avoid misconduct.

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