Chief Ethics and Compliance Officers help lead companies’ ethical culture and have an active role in identifying, managing and reducing ethics and compliance risks that affect the retail industry and its vast scope of transactions, customers, employees, locations, products and modes of media. RILA's Compliance Council is composed of members’ chief ethics and compliance officers and the business and legal executives that have primary responsibility for oversight of their companies’ ethics and compliance programs. Led by a leadership team made up of RILA members, the Compliance Council provides an opportunity for members to engage at an executive level on strategic issues related to the development implementation, management, and oversight of robust and effective retail corporate compliance programs. Compliance Council activities include in-person meetings, educational webinars, member case studies, and benchmarking surveys. These activities enable members to identify emerging issues and risks and share information and leading practices. Recent topics include:
- Communicating Company Goals and Culture of Ethics and Compliance
- Effective Ethics and Compliance Training Across Complex Retail Operations
- Incorporating Technology to Streamline Processes and Increase Program Effectiveness
- Investigation Strategies
- Partnering with Internal Business Partners to Optimize Value of Compliance Function
- Ethics and Compliance Program Metrics
- Board Reporting and Training
For more information on RILA's Compliance Council, contact Kathleen McGuigan, Executive Vice President & Deputy General Counsel at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discussion and Benchmarking Call on impacts of COVID-19
Presentation slides from the joint RILA, Deloitte, and Walmart call discussing impacts of COVID-19. (Members-only. Please log-in to access).
DOJ Compliance Program Guidance
Recording of the Compliance Council Webinar on DOJ Compliance Program Guidance with Michael Diamant, Partner, Gibson Dunn
Lithium Battery Transport: Carrier Perspective
UL leads a panel discussion with American Airlines and UPS on lithium battery safety and how carriers are responding to the challenges.
The 2020 Election: What Comes Next?
John Cruden of Beveridge & Diamond explores how the 2020 election outcome may affect retail environmental compliance programs.
The Do’s and Don’ts of Managing Generator EPA Identification
Topics: Generator renotification requirements/strategies, changes to Fed notification forms, & leading practices to help maintain generator status.
Third Party Risk Management Webinar
Daniel Click, Greg Matthews & Mitushi Pitti from KPMG shared findings from KPMG's Global Third Party Risk Management Outlook 2020 Report Survey
Kroger, CVS, & Nordstrom Leaders Join RILA Board
- By [Brian Dodge]
TSCA PIP (3:1) Rule: What Retailers Should Know
Environmental Justice and Retail
- By [Tiffin Shewmake]
Leading Retailers Push to Increase Consumer Safety
- By [Kathleen McGuigan, Susan Kirsch]
Retailers Urge SCOTUS: Affirm National Arbitration Standard
- By [Deborah White]
Items That No Longer Spark Joy, May Spark Fires
- By [Tiffin Shewmake]