- Record maintaining strategy should be implemented which helps in tracking of the efforts as well as it will be an evidence of an individual’s obedience with the rules and regulations.
- The monitoring of the employee’s failures as well as success to keep a follow up for the additional trainings and the completion of rules and regulation training.
- The rules and regulations of the corporation as well as the changes in them and ethical values being practiced would be kept up to date all the times.
- The generic and difficult to understand statements should be customized according to the requirement of the organization so that it would be easy for to understand and obeyed.
- Make the compliance courses as much precise as possible and if they are lengthy, prefer to divide them in a number of durations so that they would not be boring.
- Customize as per required in the company according to the team and departments.
- After completion, try to validate the content from a legal experts so that the concepts should meet the regulatory requirements.
This strategy is very easy to implement and is found to be implemented successfully in a number of organizations. The source is Internet and is provided underneath. I found them when I was working at an NGO as an intern and they explained these strategies to me as a new employee. They are highly effective that’s why if I would ever start my own organization or could become the manager of a functional team, I would prefer this strategy as it is easy to implement and helpful.
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