Sometimes it takes creativity to make a compliance message stick with employees, even if it results in sending them to pretend jail. That was one of the takeaways from Thursday’s discussions at the 2018 Ethisphere Global Ethics Summit.

Speaking on a panel at the event, Kimberlee Yapchai, chief ethics and compliance officer at global manufacturing company Tenneco Inc., said in her previous jobs she liked to train employees on compliance through a game.

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