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Regulatory Training

Who is ultimately responsible for compliance in an organization? Businesses are now forced to demonstrate diligence on regulatory issues and one way they do this is through training programs. However, organizations are facing questions such as:

Is the training manager responsible for the compliance or non-compliance of trainees after the training has occurred?

To what extent is the responsibility for compliance shared between the manager who conducted the training and the employee who acknowledged successful completion of the training?

In other words, when the employee claims completion of a training program, is he or she solely responsible for his or her behavior after training

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Who is ultimately responsible for compliance in an organization?

Each company has a form of a compliance officer, whether it is the president, vice president, corporate attorney, the business manager, the general manager or the human resources manager.

The compliance officer is responsible for advising the employees of what is needed to remain compliant, through meetings, training, posters and a compliance ...

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Who is ultimately responsible for compliance in an organization? Businesses are now forced to demonstrate diligence on regulatory issues and one way they do this is through training programs. However, organizations are facing questions such as:
The solution adresses - Is the training manager responsible for the compliance or non-compliance of trainees after the training has occurred?

To what extent is the responsibility for compliance shared between the manager who conducted the training and the employee who acknowledged successful completion of the training?

In other words, when the employee claims completion of a training program, is he or she solely responsible for his or her behavior after training

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