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2021 Corporate Compliance and Ethics Week

Join the celebration November 7-13, 2021

Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week began in 2005 to shine a spotlight on the importance of compliance and ethics. The core principles of the week are awareness, recognition, and reinforcement.

Awareness

Get employees thinking about compliance and ethics by planning activities throughout the week.

Recognition

Launch a new training program, host live training sessions, or recognize others for compliance success.

Reinforcement

Demonstrate that all levels of the organization support a culture of compliance and ethics.

HCCA has a number of complimentary tools you can use to help communicate the importance of compliance and ethics at your organization. Also, see how other organizations celebrate Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week and get ideas.

We’re always creating new resources for your organization to use to help spread awareness on the importance of compliance and ethics. Additional tools coming soon!

 

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Poster (PDF)

Share the 7 Elements of an Effective Compliance & Ethics Program.

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Q&A (PDF)

Test your organizations’ knowledge of compliance scandals with Scandal Trivia questions.

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Personalize email messages with this 2021 Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week email banner.

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See how others celebrate

No two celebrations are the same. See how hundreds of companies have participated in Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week.

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Listen to the podcast: How to Have a Successful Week

Hear from Mike Henry, Senior US Counsel of Emera Energy, on how to have a successful Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week.

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Read the article: Top Ten List for a Successful CCEW

Get ten examples of ways to make your organization’s compliance and ethics celebration a success.

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The Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week logo is available for use on your organization's intranet or in employee communications. No attribution to SCCE is required for internal use.