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May 08, 2013

SAI Global Offers Complimentary Use of its Employee Awareness Solution



SAI (News - Alert) Global Compliance is supporting the national Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week by offering complimentary use of its interactive, video-based employee awareness solution called "Ethical Choices: A Gray Area." This demonstration highlights the importance of making ethical choices and the problems arising from gray areas even when policies are very explicit.

The national Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week event highlights the importance of ethics and compliance in the workplace. Held during the first full week in May, this event gives companies an opportunity to raise awareness about compliance and ethics amongst their employees. It is also an excellent time to rollout new compliance training programs and conduct compliance training activities for the benefit of the employees.

"For more than 25 years, we have been helping global organizations improve the effectiveness of their ethics programs and address risk and compliance challenges with our learning solutions, software applications and advisory services," said Tim Whipple, president, SAI Global Compliance. "We are proud to offer complimentary use of this employee awareness solution, in support of the national Corporate Compliance & Ethics Week."

SAI Global Compliance provides organizations with a variety of governance, risk and compliance (GRC) products, solutions and services designed to help build organizational integrity and meet overall business objectives. It has a dedicated team of learning and instructional design experts as well as legal and subject matter experts that design learning and awareness solutions for companies.

SAI Global offers full-length courses as well as short, issue-focused awareness segments. The company was in news earlier this year for announcing the findings of its 2013 Healthcare Compliance Benchmark Study, which indicate that healthcare providers considered compliance effectiveness, Medicare RAC audits, and employee training and awareness as top priorities.




Edited by Ashley Caputo
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