Solving the compliance conundrum

An exploration of the journey ethics and compliance professionals face in terms of L&D culture in the workplace.

Solving the compliance conundrum

Compliance training has become one of the most important parts of learning and development, with more time spent on this training than on other elements of learning.

To increase workplace innovation, and technology-driven compliance training, this report aims to build an understanding of what is needed to create confidence in people and risk managers. This should create a balance between what is needed from the practitioner and from the learners. 

In this report, we seek to:

  • Address the issues faced by current L&D practitioners in relation to compliance training 

  • Provide solutions to help create an innovative, cohesive learning environment 

  • Create confidence in learners and managers, helping to restore balance and address

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Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity

Towards Maturity was founded in 2003 with a mission to help learning professionals deliver effective learning innovation that makes a real impact.

Since joining Emerald in 2017, we've extended the reach and insight of this industry research program across the wider international learning community. Today, we serve more than 65,000 learners across more than 83 countries and counting.

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