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Webinar: Wages and the Fair Labor Standards Act

Next in our human resource management webinar series, we cover the Fair Labor Standards Act and wage and hour regulations.

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GFT Announces Bronze Sponsorship of ServiceNow Knowledge14 conference

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SAN FRANCISCO, CA — 24th April, 2014 — GFT, a leading international IT solutions provider to the financial sector, today announced it is a Bronze sponsor of the ServiceNow® Knowledge14® conference, the largest gathering of IT professionals using cloud services for enterprise IT service automation. 359 more words

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Addressing COSO Principle #8: Assess Fraud Risk

Risk and Compliance professionals generally agree that the updated 2013 COSO Internal Control – Integrated Framework is not, in essence, different from the 1992 version. And by now, we recognize that the most notable change requiring action is the formalization of COSO’s 17 Principles that were introduced by language embedded in the earlier version. 595 more words


Gifts, Travel and Entertainment under the FCPA - Part III

Now that we have reviewed all of the public record pronouncements from the Department of Justice (DOJ) and Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), this post will try and suggest what you might need in your Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA) compliance policy and attendant procedures regarding gifts, travel and entertainment. 1,491 more words


RISK CASE STUDY: NZ death in custody. Officer didn't respond to alarm, send anyone, or record alarm. Didn't tell incoming shift | TVNZ

Ms Kingi died of an undiagnosed heart condition. Before dying she rang her cell alarm, but the guard on duty was too busy to respond, did not send anyone to check, did not record the alarm and did not refer it to the incoming shift. 36 more words


It is what you know

Two articles from today’s Journal, but one topic.

“Flurry of Allergan Trades Preceded Bid,” and “Insider Cases’ Legal Basis Questioned, Wall Street Journal, April 23, 2014 C1  … 84 more words


Eleições chegando ... e seu voto? Está seguro?

Depois de alguns anos em que testes públicos de segurança eram realizados nas urnas eletrônicas, este ano o TSE (Tribunal Superior Eleitoral) decidiu que não irá realizar tais testes públicos, com a explicação de que trata-se de um ano eleitoral e não haveria tempo hábil para isso, contudo, isto não impediu a realização dos testes em 2012, quando, durante uma série de testes organizados pelo Tribunal Superior Eleitoral, um grupo de especialistas do Centro de Informática da UnB conseguiu quebrar a segurança de uma urna eletrônica. 319 more words