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Celebrate Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week

Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week: November 3-9, 2019

Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week offers a great opportunity to shine a spotlight on the importance of compliance and ethics at your organization. By having a designated week, you and your compliance staff can build awareness in ways that reinforce not just specific rules and regulations, but an overall culture of compliance. Using the “hook” of Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week, you can emphasize your overall message in several different ways.

With a week-long celebration of compliance and ethics, you have a great opportunity to introduce and reinforce your chosen themes. Your plans will rely in part on your organization’s specific needs, but some basic goals may include:

  • Awareness– of the Code of Conduct, relevant laws/regulations, hotlines and other reporting methods, the organization’s compliance and ethics staff, etc.
  • Recognition – of training completion, compliance and ethics successes, etc.
  • Reinforcement – of the culture of compliance for which the organization strives.



SCCE offers several ways for you to plan for Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week and engage your organization during the week itself. Check out these resources for inspiration.

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Give reminders to everyone in the office with our Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week products. Select and order posters and small giveaways to highlight the week. 

Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week Logo


ownload the Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week logo to use on your organization's intranet or in your employee newsletter. No attribution to HCCA is required. 
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View a list of companies who are celebrating Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week this year. You can also add your company to the list.  

Connect with HCCA!

Facebook logo Twitter logo Share pictures of your events on Twitter with #2018CCEW, or on our Facebook page.

Pinterest logo  Share your ideas to be posted on our Pinterest page. Email ideas to Doug Stupca to be posted.

Write a post for The Compliance & Ethics Blog about your celebration. Submit your post to Doug Stupca.