The Future Of Compliance In The World Of Disruption


The key buzzword for business over the last decade has, without question, been “disruption”. A disruptive company, product, or service is one that brings an entirely new angle and vision to an existing industry, and when they do they make waves amongst both the current industry players and the governments that regulate them and their industry.

In this article we examine how new and disruptive industries and services are challenging regulation and compliance bodies.

Protect Your Business and Your People with Auditing

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Auditing has always been an important part of business success, but the recent and ongoing surge in regulations is making it a necessity that is more easily recognised. When auditing is internal and strictly used for company integrity, there can be more of a propensity for slacking. But when outside pressures are brought to bear, which carry the possibility of very steep fines and penalties, there is all the more reason to make sure that you’re compliant.

In this article we look at how companies can improve business and protect employees by auditing for work health and safety.

Too Big to be Non-Compliant, Why Take the Risk

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As we’ve preached for years now, regulatory compliance is more than just important in business, it’s an absolute necessity. And the larger the business caught in non-compliance, particularly in cases that affect public health and safety, the deeper and wider the implications and consequences of that non-compliance becomes. This has become very evident in the current scandal involving Volkswagen, the third largest automobile manufacturer in the world.

In this article we look at the potential large-scale consequences of non-compliance, as demonstrated by the Volkswagen scandal.