The Central Compliance Agency's REMEDIATION OFFICE's Legal Risk Management (LRM) Programs Are Designed to Help Employees Across America Remain in Compliance.
Our Remediation Office Operates Within The Guidance of National Workplace Compliance And Investigates Thoroughly Any Allegation of Unsatisfactory Performance And Any Regulatory Legal Risk.
Working Along Corperate Superintendents or Supervisors, The Central Compliance Agency's Remediation Office Programs Conducts Prepratory, Relevant, Focused, Expeditious, And Reliable Investigative Techniques, Tools, And Procedures to Determine if Evidence Exists to Substantiate The High-Risk Employee From An Compliance Violation.
If Substantiating Evidence is Found Indicating That a Major Issue May Exist, The Supervisor Schedules a Meeting With The High Risk Employee to Review The Potential Violation And to Review The Supporting Evidence For The Potential Compliance Violation. The Employee is Provided With Sufficient Time to Review The Information Presented.
The Central Compliance Agency Schedules a Subsequent Meeting With The High-Risk Employee to Review All Available Information, Evidence, And Assessment Program Options.
If, After Reviewing All Evidence And Information, The Supervisor And The Central Compliance Agency's REMEDIATION OFICE Will Conclude That The Violation is Substantiated, The REMEDIATION OFFICE Will draft a Plan for Remediation (PFR),Which is Completed by The High-Risk Employee before it is Finalized.
The REMEDIATION OFFICE Will Provide The Employee With a Written Document Specifying The Identified Weakness, The Remediation Plan, And The Documented Evaluation Report.
The REMEDIATION OFFICE Will Contact The Employee on a Periodic And Regular Basis if Warranted, to Review Pogress of The Remediation Plan. After Each Remediation Meeting, Both The Supervisor of The Corporation and The Employee SIGN a Statement Documenting That The Meeting Occurred or WILL Occur. The Supervisor Files One Copy With The Central Compliance Agency and The Other Documents Pertaining to The Remediation Process Goes to The High-Risk Employee For His or Her Records.
The REMEDIATION OFFICE Conducts a Thorough Evaluation at The Conclusion of The Remediation Investigation Period (or earlier, if mutually acceptable). The Results Are Communicated to The Employee in Writing Concluding That :
(1) Complete Remediation Has Been Achieved, or
(2) Substantial Progress Has Taken Place And The Identified Compliance Violation is being Remediated Although Continued Progress is Still Expected, or
(3) No Substantial Progress has been made toward remediation.
Lack of Progress Toward Remediation May Subject an Employee to Disciplinary Probation or Other Corperate Disciplinary Action According to The Policy And Procedures Outlined in Policy, That Would Require Mandatory Reprimand, Suspension, and Dismissal of Employees.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL CCA PREPRATORY ORIENTATIONS ARE RECOMMENDATIONS AND ARE NOT MANDATORY OR OFFICIAL GOVERNMENT METERIAL!
REMEDIATION OFFICE:(202) 403-0752
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