No compliance program is without challenges, but when you are in compliance with one of the most prominent companies in the world, the rules of the game are a little different.
Andy Hinton, vice president, ethics and compliance at Google takes some time to share his experiences there, and, surprisingly, how life in the spotlight may not be as difficult as some might think. Employees, he explains, get used to the idea that they are in a high-profile company where their actions have consequences.
Listen as he discusses:
Noting that the problems often reported with Millenials are hype; they have high standards for their employers and are seen as stakeholders to give their opinion
The importance of staying in front of the problems
Synchronicity of compliance, ethics and corporate culture
The interest to evangelize expectations vis-à-vis remote offices, specifying the expectations of Google
Understanding within Google that getting caught in a compliance problem can stand in the way of a moonshot or any new business