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"Even when aiming for a career in compliance, degree programs are hard to find," Karen Latchana Kenney wrote in The Compliance & Ethics Blog. Not anymore.

Santa Clara Law Associate Dean for Experiential and Competency-Based Learning Sandee Magliozzi, Esq., and Eric Feldman, a faculty member in t...

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In 2014, the Wall Street Journal named compliance officer the Hottest Job in America.1 As companies faced fines, penalties, stricter business laws and regulations, and increased enforcement, the demand for experienced corporate compliance professionals boomed.

Cut to 2019, and while the hiring...

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Are you cut out for a career as a compliance analyst? Though the role can vary immensely based on your industry, job level, company, and department, compliance analyst jobs tend to possess one commonality: No two days are alike. Compliance analysts must juggle many responsibilities and adapt to ev...

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A compliance career can be immensely fulfilling, challenging you to perform at your peak level to keep your company safe from costly regulatory missteps. Aspiring compliance professionals with the right combination of traits, skills, and knowledge will find no shortage of rewarding compliance jobs...

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Behind every well-oiled and effective compliance program is an exemplary compliance analyst. (Probably more than one.) Compliance analysts safeguard organizations against lawsuits, steep fines, and PR nightmares by ensuring they comply with all internal and external regulations. Roles for complian...

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According to Merriam-Webster, one definition of compliance is “conformity in fulfilling official requirements.”1 But it takes more than five words to adequately define “what is compliance” in the corporate world.

What is corporate compliance and why does it exist?

In the United States, a bev...

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As businesses encounter new government regulations and changing policies, the need for compliance professionals has never been greater. Companies in industries ranging from finance to health care to technology need savvy compliance experts to ensure they comply with all internal and external regul...

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In today’s business world, corporate ethics and accountability are front and center. In an era of massive data breaches, rampant workplace crime (costing U.S. businesses $50 billion per year),1 and stricter regulatory enforcement that comes along with these issues, the need for compliance officers...

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Count to eight.

That’s about how much time you have to make a favorable impression with your resume. A recent study found recruiters spend just 7.4 seconds scanning your information on an initial pass.1

It can be daunting trying to pack your academic background, professional accomplishments, te...

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Count to eight.

That’s about how much time you have to make a favorable impression with your resume. A recent study found recruiters spend just 7.4 seconds scanning your information on an initial pass.1

It can be daunting trying to pack your academic background, professional accomplishments, te...

Continue Reading...