Website provides career advancement, accelerated education and program guidance.
In response to the continuously evolving nature of the compliance requirements, Compliance Next provides a one-stop source for professional development, training, resources and peer connections.
“Compliance Next is focused on where the compliance profession is headed,” said
The site features an extensive library of educational videos including how-to tutorials, advice from experts and guides to help compliance professionals manage their programs, train their teams and advance their careers.
Compliance Next has five learning tracks that map to increasing levels of career experience: Understanding the Basics, Building your Foundation, Demonstrating Value, Amplifying Your Impact and Leading for the Future. The site also includes:
- Legal and regulatory news provided by
Baker McKenzie, a leading global law firm specializing in employment law
- Sample policy templates
- Ask-an-expert inquiry tool
- Compliance program benchmarking statistics
- Return on investment calculators for estimating the return on compliance software
- Infographics and eBooks focused on compliance programs and career enhancement
- Interactive quizzes to assess your program
“Compliance Next offers curated content from experts in virtually all areas of compliance,” said
Compliance Next content contributors include:
American Hospital Association
- Radical Compliance
Along with representation from other professional associations.
Content for Compliance Next was informed by research among a broad range of compliance professionals conducted by
- 68 percent of compliance professionals did not have a preferred compliance-focused resource for career advancement, education and program guidance.
- 65 percent said they were especially interested in tools and techniques to measure the return on investment for compliance programs.
- 63 percent indicated a strong desire for resources and information to help improve existing compliance program performance.
- 40 percent of respondents were either neutral or dissatisfied with the quality of information they found online for career advancement ideas and guidance.
- Only 8 percent reported being very satisfied with the results of online searches for information on this topic.
“Compliance and GRC industry leaders must invest in ways to help clients meet the new demands of running complex global programs successfully and sustainably,” said
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