Compliance as a Culture Strategy


VP, Strategic Initiatives, Cornerstone OnDemand
Webinar Recording Details
  • Date and Time
    Tue, Sep 08, 2020 at 9AM Pacific / 12PM Eastern
  • Duration
    1 Hour
  • Cost
    $0 (Free)
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Compliance is an essential part of HR, but it is always the bare minimum and should be assessed and analyzed as part of an overall culture strategy. Issuing a policy that says "We don't discriminate" is not the same as a comprehensive inclusion and diversity program.

Following the rules and filing reports are just part of creating a work environment where compliance happens on the way to larger goals for learning, performance, and wellness. But since HR never has to make the business case for compliance, it can be a persuasive approach to larger culture initiatives.

In this webinar, we survey compliance issues, who they affect, and why it's essential to see compliance as a culture issue.

You will learn:
  • What compliance issues create risk for the organization and for employees
  • Why people are the most important aspect of all compliance issues
  • When compliance problems are symptoms instead of causes
  • How to approach different compliance issues using training, tech, coaching, and data

About Mike Bollinger

Mike Bollinger is an accomplished executive with 20 years of industry experience. In his current role as Vice President of Strategic Initiatives with Cornerstone, he is responsible for internal research as well as strategy development around outcome-based goals. In 2020, Mike helped found and currently manages the Cornerstone People Research Lab (CPRL), whose mission is to generate data-driven discoveries about the world of work today and identify emerging trends which will give rise to new work models. Mike also collaborates with Cornerstone clients in an executive capacity as a leader, influencer, and change agent who applies expertise to complex businesses.


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