Anti-public-corruption compliance is the latest global buzzword and it may be take in the literal sense. Compliance with corruption that is not in the public interest.
The US had Enron which begat Sarbanes-Oxley. Hegelian dialectic at it’s best, problem, reaction, “solution”.
If you work for a US company no doubt you have been through something called compliance training. If you have been in the workforce for some time you should find the cognitive dissonance of the whole thing unbearable. I was thinking of a Soviet style re-education gulag upon viewing every one of the 41 slides outlining how I as an employee must comply with rule my government blatantly refuses to enforce.
Anti-trust. When was the last time the US government enforced any of the concepts of anti-trust? Was it with Microsoft?
Anti-trust- when companies operate in collaboration?
Ya, but I was perfectly happy with Winblows 98. It worked fine and did just about everything I wanted to do with a computer. Since then software has been driven into subscription based licensing with forced “upgrades” with their associated fees.
If these people had their way you would pay every time you listen, view anything over any medium.
How about the medical industry. Are your records “private”.
Anyway the meme here is that they want to sell you something. They want you to comply, even when they do not. The slippery slope of labor vs capital has labor loosing by a wide margin. I have a pdf file stating employees are personally legally liable for guess what, Damages to the company.
For something you did in the course of doing business while in their employ.
Yup, they just about own you.
You are all totally aware and up on your global compliance issues aren’t you.
Remember also that legal insurance does not cover issues between you and the company.