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Five compliance pandemic lessons that are here to stay

Rachel Barack (rachel.barack@clorox.com) is the VP – Compliance & Associate General Counsel for The Clorox Company in Los Angeles, California, USA. Ben Kimberley (ben.kimberley@clorox.com) is the Director, Legal, for The Clorox Company in Oakland, California, USA.

The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to leave a lasting impact on nearly every facet of our society and likely will for years to come. It is an agent of disruption and change that has touched nearly everyone in some manner. For many companies, it has produced new opportunities, challenges, and risks, including for compliance and ethics programs.

The pandemic has required that compliance professionals adapt their programs to fit new ways of working. While this has been a challenge, it can also be viewed as a positive opportunity for continuous improvement. We look at five key lessons learned from the pandemic for compliance programs.

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