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The following articles are helpful to compliance professionals seeking to improve their compliance program. Additionally, individuals seeking to pursue a career in compliance or simply inspired to learn more about compliance profession may find these articles helpful. 

COMPLIANCE & ETHICS PROFESSIONAL: Thanks to the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics for permission to post the following articles. Call SCCE at +1(952) 933-4977 or (888) 277-4977 with reprint requests. 

 

Corporate hoarders: Implementing a record retention and destruction program
Asking the right questions, developing policies, and providing the right tools are key to changing behaviors and getting storage areas cleaned out.
scce-cep-2015-02-FINAL-Johnson.pdf
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Guest or pest: Lessons from The Wolf
The movie Pulp Fiction can give us some insight into the kind of reception a compliance officer might receive when there are problems to be resolved.
scce-cep-2015-03-Johnson.pdf
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Marketing compliance: Essentials to help your compliance and ethics program thrive
Use the seven Ps of marketing to develop a strategy and the four stages of the product life cycle when planning compliance activities to attract and keep your employees’ attention.
scce-cep-2015-09-Johnson.pdf
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Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week: Engage your enterprise
This week is the perfect time to reflect on past successes, promote program awareness, and thank your supporters and contributors.
scce-cep-2015-10-Johnson-Wong-Ruelas.pdf
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Certification pressure: Assess, release, and advance calmly
Sage advice from someone who has been there.
scce-cep-2015-12-Johnson copy.pdf
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SPY Car Act: Navigating the automotive industry
scce-cep-2016-06-Johnson-Ruelas-Hart.pdf
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Compliance and the automotive industry: A view from the passenger seat
scce-cep-2016-09-Johnson.pdf
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Ethical leadership: Mentoring to influence corporate culture
scce-cep-2017-05-Johnson.pdf
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COMPLIANCE TODAY: Thanks to the Health Care Compliance Association for permission to post the following articles. Call HCCA at +1(952) 933-4977 or (888) 277-4977 with reprint requests. 

 

Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 1: Standards of Conduct
Having an effective and comprehensive standard of conduct is the first step toward providing important guidance to your workforce.
ct-2014-06-weinstein-hart.pdf
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 2: Designating a compliance officer and compliance committee
The roles of the compliance officer and the compliance committee are essential to preventing risk and maintaining an effective compliance program.
ct-2014-09-weinstein-hart.pdf
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 3: Education
The compliance officer, the compliance staff, and the organization each have a different perspective on compliance training and education.
ct-2015-01-weinstein-hart-johnson.pdf
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Certification: Motivation for the encore certification candidate
Obtaining your certification is worth the effort, even if you have to take the exam more than once.
ct-2015-04-Johnson.pdf
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 4: Auditing & Monitoring
The OIG annual Work Plan and specific program guidance for your area of healthcare can form the foundation for a master plan for your auditing efforts.
ct-2015-05-hart-johnson-weinstein-ruelas[...]
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 5: Reporting & investigation
Providing several avenues for reporting concerns and training employees how to use them will help potential whistleblowers overcome their fears and insecurities.
ct-2015-07-Weinstein-Hart-Johnson.pdf
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CC&E Week: Top Ten List for success
A checklist of steps to ensure that you are hosting activities that are fun, engaging, informative, and within budget during your Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week celebration.
ct-2015-08-Wong-Johnson-Ruelas.pdf
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 6: Enforcement & discipline
Enforcement and discipline pose a unique set of challenges, because failure to respond appropriately can undermine the entire compliance program and culture.
ct-2015-09-johnson-hart-weinstein-ruelas[...]
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Compliance training: The vantage point
Using marketing strategies to promote awareness, attract employees, and build the organization's brand helps boost compliance training engagement.
ct-2015-11-johnson-helline-fahey.pdf
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Compliance 101: The seven essential elements, Part 7: Response & prevention
Six scenarios of non-compliance show how making fair and balanced responses and correcting deficiencies can help keep a compliance culture healthy.
ct-2016-01-hart-johnson-weinstein.pdf
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Too close for comfort: Employees (and their families) as patients
ct-2016-02-danielson-johnson.pdf
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Come Inspired, leave motivated
As a 3-time attendee, the author shares his experience at the 2015 Compliance Institute.
ct-2015-se_Johnson.pdf
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Meet Walter E. Johnson (an interview by Stephanie Gallagher)
ct-2016-08-Johnson.pdf
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The other annual work plan, Part 1
ct-2017-03_johnson_ruelas_vandusen.pdf
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The other annual work plan, Part 2
ct-2017-04_ruelas_johnson_vandusen.pdf
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The other annual work plan, Part 3
ct-2017-05-vandusen-johnson-ruelas.pdf
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HIPAA rules for unencrypted emails and text messages to patients
ct-2017-09-Hagan-Johnson-Ruelas.pdf
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The FBI Compliance Academy
ct-2017-11-Adorno-Creekmore-Johnson.pdf
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ETHIKOS: Thanks to the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics for permission to post the following articles. Call SCCE at +1(952) 933-4977 or (888) 277-4977 with reprint requests. 

 

Everyday ethics: It's child's play
A comparison of childhood behavior and professional behavior in the competitive landscape.
2016-01-jan-feb-ethikos-with-cover-johns[...]
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CC&E Week: Top Ten List for success
A checklist of steps to ensure that you are hosting activities that are fun, engaging, informative, and within budget during your Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week celebration.
2015-05-sept-oct-ethikos-with-cover-wong[...]
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Everyday ethics: 1,000+ cable channels & limited diversity?
2016-04-july-aug-ethikos-johnson.pdf
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Ethical leadership: Mentoring to influence corporate culture
2017-02-mar-apr-ethikos-johnson.pdf
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Compliance & Ethics Blog: Thanks to the Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics for permission to post the following articles. Call SCCE at +1(952) 933-4977 or (888) 277-4977 with reprint requests.

Views are my own. 

September 2016:

This month, I highlight a few bills focusing on the automotive industry.  

August 2016:

Suprise! Guess who is on the cover of Compliance Today? See my interview to learn more about me. 

July/August 2016:

Here is another article that reviews decision making from an  automotive enthusiast's perspective. Enjoy!

June 2016:

As an automotive enthusiast, I am excited to announce the publication of the "SPY Car Act: Navigating the automotive industry". This is my first article to incorporate my professional career and personal hobby. Enjoy!

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