Do your staff comply with their Compliance training?
THE COMPLIANCE CHALLENGE
Good: A common set of rules and a code of conduct to ensure staff are obeying the law. Group directives and instructions along with defined supervision and discipline procedures are used to enforce these messages.
Better: Employees show that they comply with the principles, mostly through their own self-discipline. When not sure they seek advice from line managers before they act and are prepared to delay decision. The individuals involved understand their own accountability. But also that they have a responsibility to their team and the business as a whole.
Best: Employees are actively living the values of your business. They do the right thing, when nobody is watching. They align and share values of the leadership team, their manager and their peers. This is because they are broadly similar, and where it really matters, the same.
SPEED AND QUALITY OF DELIVERY
CONSISTENCY OF MESSAGING
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