The Society of Corporate Compliance & Ethics is holding its annual European conference this week in Berlin. Alas, Radical Compliance could not be there in person, so we’ve been scrounging social media to see what others have been saying about the event. Below are a few names, faces, photos, and dispatches from Germany.
So, um, what were they discussing about cartel risks, where a cartoon of someone on ice skates was a useful image to include?
— Eric Brotten (@EBrotten) March 11, 2019
An excellent point about slavery risk, which implies a more expansive look at your organization’s third parties.
Mapping modern slavery risks in #SupplyChain should include not just labor that directly contributes to the end product but also indirect inputs like temporary workers, transport, cleaning services #SCCEecei
— Anna Kompanek (@AnnaKompanek) March 12, 2019
Huh. Toll roads.
— Eric Brotten (@EBrotten) March 10, 2019
The Panama Papers were a huge contribution to the anti-corruption world, and let’s remember: two reporters working on the project have been killed. Compliance professionals should honor their contribution.
— Laura-Mary Ellis (@LauraMaryEllis) March 12, 2019
Random good point.
When you define the values of your company, you may want to come to a set of behaviors instead of listing labels. Catherine Foster at #scceecei
— Balazs Kis (@kisb971) March 11, 2019
A look at the multiple impulses at work in the brain of the modern employee.
— Balazs Kis (@kisb971) March 12, 2019
Drago Kos, head of anti-bribery for OECD, calls more more actual enforcement. He’s not wrong.
— Anna Kompanek (@AnnaKompanek) March 11, 2019
Perhaps one of the most important activities that happen at an SCCE event.
— Jonathan Armstrong (@armstrongjp) March 10, 2019
I see that cutbacks in the room lighting budget are taking a toll, but otherwise a good subject for compliance officer discussion.
— Jonathan Armstrong (@armstrongjp) March 12, 2019
Sounds like SCCE had another great event, and we wish all attendees taking the CCEP-I exam good luck. You can see more tweets, photos, and other posts by searching #SCCEecei online.