The Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations at Twenty Years - More consistent promotion and recognition of compliance and ethics programs by the U.S. enforcement community would incentivize businesses to invest more fully in self-policing efforts against corporate crime. That is just one of the findings from a new report released by the Ethics Resource Center. The Federal Sentencing Guidelines for Organizations at Twenty Years is the work of an independent advisory group over the past year to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Guidelines.
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