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  • We do not tolerate retaliation (line art version)

    We do not tolerate retaliation (line art version)

    Use this highly visual piece to heighten your team’s understanding of what retaliation looks like, and what to do if it happens to them. This piece powerfully enforces a core tenet of your culture: retaliating against someone who raises a red flag...

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  • You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do. (line art version)

    You've been asked to pay a bribe: Here's what to do. (line art version)

    This concise flowchart prepares your team for when someone offers them a bribe, including circumstances of when their safety is threatened. Don’t underestimate the need to train on issues like this—common sense can go out the window when...

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  • Is your investigation team suffering from a case of so-and-so-is-breaking-the-rules anonymous report blues?

Cure what ails you with this crafty one-pager. It lists all the ingredients for a fact-based report that your team can act on. Side effects include: reduced levels of frustration, shortness of investigations, and solid resolutions—just what the doctor ordered.

    Making a call to the helpline?

    Is your investigation team suffering from a case of so-and-so-is-breaking-the-rules anonymous report blues? Cure what ails you with this crafty one-pager. It lists all the ingredients for a fact-based report that your team can act on. Side effects...

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  • Business disruptions or other major events can be unsettling: routines are out the window and there’s a lot of change for everyone to process and manage all at once. Show your leaders how to lead, cut through the chaos, and help your managers find their inner zen with this piece that neatly lays out five things they need to do to ensure a smooth transition to the “new normal.” Namaste

    Leading a team after a major event?

    Business disruptions or other major events can be unsettling: routines are out the window and there’s a lot of change for everyone to process and manage all at once. Show your leaders how to lead, cut through the chaos, and help your managers find...

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  • Business Gratuities: What Can You Give/Receive?

    Business Gratuities: What Can You Give/Receive?

    Distill your gifts and entertainment policy into a handy chart—this one’s great for simpler policies. We made the gift-giving and -receiving process simple by breaking out what can be exchanged, what documentation or approval is needed, and...

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  • Grandma knows what’s up. Help your team easily determine whether behavior is appropriate at the workplace with this colorful decision tree. Your workplace doesn’t have to be stuffy, but it’s a business, and recognition that your action can cause others discomfort should be the guiding principle.

    Is it OK to do or say [blank] at work?

    Grandma knows what’s up. Help your team easily determine whether behavior is appropriate at the workplace with this colorful decision tree. Your workplace doesn’t have to be stuffy, but it’s a business, and recognition that your action...

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  • Template: Visual Legal Hold

    Template: Visual Legal Hold

    Help employees easily understand their obligations when lawsuits happen. When litigation lands, it’s critical that employees know how to navigate a legal hold. Why, then, are so many of them basically unreadable mountains of legalese? Use this...

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  • Dawn Raid: How to Respond

    Dawn Raid: How to Respond

    Dawn Raids can be scary, but Happy Cloud knows what to do. Educate your team on how to respond when government agents come knocking. Your team shouldn’t be unprepared for a surprise visit from regulators. This piece offers some tried-and-true...

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  • Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    Going on a business trip? (Overseas travel checklist)

    This piece is famous for a reason! These simple to-do's prepare your international travelers how to be safe and ethical abroad, without getting mired in legal details. This checklist covers the trade control, cybersecurity, privacy, anticorruption,...

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  • Anatomy of a strong password

    Anatomy of a strong password

    Spot the reference to Will Smith in this visual guide for creating safe, strong, and easily remembered passwords. Everyone hates generating a super complicated password, getting a snippy email from IT that they’re overdue to change it, forgetting...

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  • Contract terms checklist (2-page version)

    Contract terms checklist (2-page version)

    Want your transactional teams to think like compliance? Show them how with this thorough checklist for key terms required for every company contract. In the hurry to finish a deal, even the sharpest of transactional lawyers can miss important compliance...

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  • Contract terms checklist (1-page version)

    Contract terms checklist (1-page version)

    Want your transactional teams to think like compliance? Show them how with this thorough checklist for key terms required for every company contract. In the hurry to finish a deal, even the sharpest of transactional lawyers can miss important compliance...

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  • This is a third party (definition version)

    This is a third party (definition version)

    The concept of government intermediaries can be complicated. Enable your employees to understand who "third parties" are and why they're important to identify. This piece lives between our simple graphic on uniformed third parties and our more complex...

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  • 4 ways bad guys get your password

    4 ways bad guys get your password

    This is an effective, practical instructor for your employees to keep their passwords—and your company's data—private. We list out the most popular means the crooks use to hack your team’s passwords using fun graphics that help...

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  • Expeditious

Ex·pe·di·tious | /ˌekspəˈdiSHəs/

Definition

: to do something with speed and efficiency

How to use expeditious in a sentence: 

This checklist helps your employees expeditiously gather and prepare information for personal data requests, and covers other important details they need to share with the Legal team.

Your teams will thank you for helping them be expeditious, and you’ll be relieved to receive the info you need the first time around.

    Gathering information for a personal data request

    Expeditious Ex·pe·di·tious | /ˌekspəˈdiSHəs/ Definition : to do something with speed and efficiency How to use expeditious in a sentence:  This checklist helps your employees expeditiously gather and prepare information for...

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  • What counts as personal data to one person might be meaningless info to another, which can create major headaches. Use this decision tree to remedy your ills and ensure all your teams have a healthy dose of privacy know-how.
In five simple steps, it guides them through  what documentation and approvals must be in order before anything goes outside the company. That way, they’ll know if it’s ok to hit “send” or if they’ll need to check with the Privacy Team first.
Clarity + consistency = privacy cure all

    Received a request to transfer data?

    What counts as "personal data" to one person might not be to another, which can create major headaches. Use this decision tree to remedy your ills and ensure all your teams have a healthy dose of privacy know-how. In five simple steps, it guides them...

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  • Foster a culture of data security at your company with this infographic, which answers the “why” of data protection with four key points: it’s the law, it’s good business, our customers expect it, and it’s the right thing to do. Your folks will appreciate the context, and your leaders will appreciate your proactivity in preventing a breach.

    We protect our data

    Foster a culture of data security at your company with this infographic, which answers the “why” of data protection with four key points: it’s the law, it’s good business, our customers expect it, and it’s the right thing to...

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  • Being accountable and fixing mistakes yourself is great, but when it comes to privacy mishaps, there are situations where the Privacy Team needs to be looped in. This infographic explains the most common scenarios that require their helping hands—from everyday slip-ups (like sending a private email to the wrong person) to stuff they stumble upon (like finding confidential info lying around).
Share this with your people so they know exactly when and how to escalate a privacy issue when it happens.

    Notify Privacy when mistakes happen

    Being accountable and fixing mistakes yourself is great, but when it comes to privacy mishaps, there are situations where the Privacy Team needs to be looped in. This infographic explains the most common scenarios that require their helping...

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  • If COVID taught us one thing, it’s that we all like a good puzzle…occasionally. But when it comes to using personal data, there should be nothing puzzling about it. This decision tree helps your employees piece together when they CAN and CAN’T use personal data, and who to contact if they have questions. 

Missing a piece of your privacy puzzle? Check out our collection of tools here.

    Can I use personal data for this purpose?

    If COVID taught us one thing, it’s that we all like a good puzzle…occasionally. But when it comes to using personal data, there should be nothing puzzling about it. This decision tree helps your employees piece together when they CAN and...

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  • Careful virtual communications

    Careful virtual communications

    We may love dishing about juicy binge-worthy shows on Slack, but it’s easy to forget that these types of communications are on company record, which can lead to problems if discussions take a sensitive turn.  At best: cringey embarrassing...

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  • Living your values means ensuring data privacy throughout your org. You’ve written all the policies, operationalized training and have a Chief Privacy Officer. But — do your people know who to contact if they have questions about Privacy?

This job aid outlines when your employees should reach out to you — like if they receive a customer request or need to make a business change related to data.

    When should I contact the Privacy Team?

    Living your values means ensuring data privacy throughout your org. You’ve written all the policies, operationalized training, and have a Chief Privacy Officer. But do your people know when to pick up the phone and contact the Privacy Team? This...

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  • When managers should escalate concerns to Compliance

    When managers should escalate concerns to Compliance

    We love it when leadership takes ownership of compliance, but what happens when they try to handle big-deal issues all on their own? Don’t leave ‘em in the dark wondering when they should loop you in. With this guide, they’ll know...

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  • Do you know your international customers?

    Do you know your international customers?

    Some compliance teams have sophisticated software that checks for sanctions. But those of us who don’t have fancy pants spy-level programs need to do a little more digging to ensure that our international customers are legit.  That’s...

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  • We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics (line art version)

    We Play Fair: Anticorruption Basics (line art version)

    Help employees understand how your anticorruption processes fit into the big picture with this overview infographic. Whether your anticorruption program is the pinnacle of best practices or just starting out, it’s critical that employees know how...

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