Before jumping in to our weekly roundup, I wanted to let everyone know that we are going to be hosting our first webinar on December 1st. Featuring Greg Caldwell, expert investigator and president of White Hat Solutions, ”How to Interview Like a Pro” will teach you:
• How to prepare for witness interviews
• Techniques to build rapport with the witness
• Language you can use to get the witness to cooperate
• Strategies to determine whether or not the witness is telling the truth
The webinar is free to attend and you can register by clicking here.
And now, our weekly roundup:
Ethics and Compliance:
Around the World for Your Compliance Program: Tom Fox, FCPA Compliance and Ethics Blog, talks about the importance of compliance training at every location in your organization.
Former Innospec Exec Charged In London: Richard Cassin, The FCPA Blog, reports that the SFO charged an Innospec business unit director for conspiring to make corrupt payments to public officials in Indonesia and Iraq to secure sales of the company’s products.
Health Care Fraud v. The FCPA: Michael Volkov, Corruption, Crime & Compliance, talks about health care fraud in a post on his new blog.
Human Resources/Employee Relations:
New movie asks this question about workplace social media: “Have I Shared Too Much?”: Jon Hyman, Ohio Employer’s Law Blog, posted a short movie about a candidate being bombarded by questions about their social media activities.
Co-workers dismissed his beliefs as ‘crazy talk’ – was this religious bias?: Stephen Meyer, The HR Cafe, asks for your opinions on a ruling in a religious discrimination case.
Hiring Wisdom: Cross These Questions Off Your Interview List: Mel Kleiman, TLNT, lists 5 questions to scrap when interviewing an applicant.
Employee suing for AGE bias claims judge is too OLD to preside: Eric B. Meyer, The Employer Handbook, discusses a very ironic age discrimination case.
Are Volunteers Employees?: Philip K. Miles, Lawffice Space, asks the question “Are volunteers “employees” for purposes of employment discrimination statutes?”