Big-government leaders do not limit their attacks to the most successful companies. Elected officials create many government agencies that investigate business operations, business leaders, and people who have decision-making power in businesses. That means even small companies—and leaders of those companies that have decision-making power—are also vulnerable to government investigations and to charges for white collar crimes.
For that reason, it makes sense for business leaders (and functionaries within each company) to learn about government investigations. That insight can help people involved in businesses both save and make money.
You might ask, “How can investing in compliance help a company or people make more money?”
How does investing in compliance help a company or an individual save more money?
Besides saving or making money, investing in ongoing compliance training represents an excellent insurance policy for the company. No company wants to become the subject of a government investigation. The investigations are costly. In many cases, those costs run into the seven figures, both for the business and in many cases, for individuals. Investigations, potentially, can obliterate a business. If authorities bring charges for white-collar crime, they also can lead to loss of liberty for some people.