Developing a Compliance Mentality — Talk Business & Politics

(Originally published in the Northwest Arkansas Business Journal, print and online versions)

Unfortunately, some businesses find compliance to be an area of stress. Employees find themselves at odds with each other, communications break down between teams and there is the risk of noncompliance due to misunderstandings. What is important in compliance is the development of a mentality that helps you and your people to think and act in ways that keep you in compliance while reducing risk and tension.

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