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GRC solutions by Issue

The ethics and compliance industry has grown in both prominence and scope over the past twenty years. What was once a check-the-box function that simply ensured labor or manufacturing standards were being met now has board-level reporting responsibilities in many organizations—and the ownership of greater risk that comes along with it. NAVEX is uniquely positioned to help organizations address many of their major ethics and compliance issues.

Diversity & Inclusion

Embracing diversity is correlated with better profitability, opportunities in new markets, a better customer experience, lower employee turnover and customer churn, an enhanced reputation and increased market share.

Business Continuity

Business continuity planning is an essential component of a comprehensive risk management program. A business continuity (BC) plan helps businesses minimize the impact of interruption and restore operations.

Harassment & Discrimination

To make a significant impact on reducing discrimination in the workplace issues, prevention cannot just be a one-and-done training effort.

Conflicts of Interest

Increased complexity and lack of transparency has compelled many organizations to realize the need to track and update conflicts of interest (COI).

Data Privacy

Take a proactive approach to protect customer and employee data. Comply with GDPR and Data Privacy Act regulations.

Bribery & Corruption

Organizations that establish anti-corruption programs and proactively work to educate and prevent corruption can increase compliance, reduce the likelihood of misconduct and avoid prosecution for missteps.

Regulatory Compliance

Keeping pace with the changing regulatory compliance landscape is a massive challenge—and a major source of compliance risk.

Organizational Culture

The ethics and compliance function has evolved to share responsibility for building ethical cultures, a top priority for organizations of all sizes and industries around the world.

Retaliation

The best defense against employees that may retaliate is preventing it in the first place through effective training, zero-tolerance retaliation policies and an organizational culture that values speaking up.

Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity is not just a technical issue – it's a business, governance, reputational and performance risk.

Corporate Fraud

Compliance professionals have a major role to play in fraud prevention efforts by ensuring that ethics and compliance programs help uncover and address fraud quickly.

Managing Third Parties

No matter the size or scope of your vendor risk management program, your third party’s risk will always be your risk.

Compliance & Policy

Compliance requirements can affect your policies, procedures, and controls; and your company’s ability to operate within the law.

Health & Safety

Workplace health and safety requires thoughtful and well-communicated plans that involve everyone in the organization.

IT Risk

Not every company is equipped for IT risk management in today’s business environment. IT-related issues are evolving and can threaten a company’s future growth and reputation.

Operational Risk

Operational risks to business might come from any number of places – accidental human error, supply chain disruptions, IT system failure, and more – but they are inherent to every organization.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is an important aspect to ethical business operations. Generally, environmental conservation, philanthropy, social impact, and sound diversity and labor practices shape a CSR strategy.

GRC Management

GRC is a coordinated and integrated strategy for corporate governance, enterprise-wide risk management, and compliance with regulatory and industry requirements.

ESG Compliance

The best thing a business can do to meet existing rules – as well as prepare for what may be coming – is to develop an ESG program that is centralized, auditable, and accurate.

ESG Reporting

Environmental, social, governance (ESG) reporting is a growing requirement due to customer and investor requirements, new standards, and evolving regulations.