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SCCE: Encouraging, Managing, and Integrating
Employee Reporting

Two Heads Are Better than One: Compliance and HR Working Together to Build and Maintain a Strong Compliance Program and Speak-Up Culture

2:00 PM CDT – 3:00 PM CDT

Learning Objectives:

  • How HR and Compliance can work together to promote an ethical corporate culture and a gold standard compliance program
  • Best practices for HR and Compliance to jointly implement and manage reporting hotlines and ensuing investigations to mitigate the risk of retaliation and ensure consistent outcomes
  • Best practices for triage, case management, investigations, root cause analysis, and monitoring remediation to decrease the potential for recidivism


Michael Volkov
CEO, The Volkov Law Group LLC

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Joshua B. Toas
Chief Compliance Officer, The Research Foundation for SUNY

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Kathleen Caggiano-Siino
Vice President of HR, The Research Foundation for SUNY

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We are actively monitoring attendance. At random times throughout this session, you will be prompted with a pop-up to confirm that you are still actively participating in the virtual session. You will not see the pop ups if you are in full screen mode or your pop-up blocker is on. In addition, make sure you are disconnected from any VPN as they can also cause interference and that you have a stable internet connection (hard line is always best).Active attendance monitoring is only required if you will be requesting external CEUs for NASBA or CLE credits. If you only need Compliance Certification Board (CCB)® CEUs, it is not required to participate in active monitoring.