For many organizations, training courses on the code of conduct form the starting point for ethics and compliance training. But what comes after that? How do you build an effective training program that conveys necessary content in an appealing way year after year?
Well-thought-out training and development programs for employees can provide a solid foundation for a company’s success. However, ethics and compliance training for employees in companies of all sizes only serves its purpose if it is actually accepted and embraced by the workforce.
In our latest SAI360 whitepaper, you will discover how you can plan your training programs so that your employees will enjoy participating in the training and, most importantly, will retain the gained knowledge over the long term.
In addition, two SAI360 clients—TK Elevator and the Schaeffler Group—provide insights into how they have successfully designed compliance training in their companies, especially when it comes to interdisciplinary collaboration and target-audience-specific training.
Download our whitepaper to learn:
- Which topics should be communicated to which groups of employees
- Which departments within a company are involved in selecting topics
- Specific ways in which you can design your ethics and compliance training courses to maintain a high level of acceptance of the training among your employees