While COVID-19 has changed a lot of things, it certainly hasn’t stopped corporate and employee misconduct. But the pandemic has had a chilling effect on compliance reporting, which dropped significantly as more employees began working remotely. 

That’s according to a new bulletin from Gartner Inc. The Stamford, Connecticut-based research and consulting firm found that compliance leaders are getting misconduct reports 30% less frequently than they did before the pandemic. 

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