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Do You Have That in Writing Presentation Materials Available


My first Enterprise University class just wrapped up! It seems students found it beneficial and I just hope they had as much fun as I did. I look forward to connecting with everyone on LinkedIn and Twitter, and feel free to reach out if you have any questions about the class or materials, or about Cover Compliance or Enterprise University. There are still a couple spring classes available and they'll be back with a summer semester, too.

Handouts for the class, entitled "Do You Have That in Writing? How Compliance Documentation Leads to Better Business", are available for download, including a PDF of the slide presentation.

You can find the PDFs for the slides and each individual handout on our Resources page by clicking here.

I look forward to getting a chance to do this again.

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Learning from Tanning Salon Noncompliance Study


This is the first of our ongoing “use case” blog posts, where we take off from a real news story to explore key compliance principles. For a more detailed explanation of how our posts tagged with the “use case” label will work, see our other post from today.

This first “use case” post is interesting because it illustrates just how universal the need for a compliance program can be. And it shows a key way you might figure out what to include in your own compliance program, by looking at what outsiders (whether regulators, auditors, or, as in this case, researchers focused on your product or industry) may use to investigate your industry. It also touches on the benefits of simplification in the face of a slate of differing regulations.

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