MetaCompliance are proud to once again sponsor a unique event organised for the local charity Children in Crossfire. On Friday 6th February 2015 at 7.30pm in the Everglades Hotel, Derry, May McFettridge will walk down the aisle to “marry” one of MetaCompliance’s close friends, the founder and director of Children in Crossfire, Richard Moore. This pretend wedding, with the support of Metacompliance, will help raise money to fund the life-saving work that Children in Crossfire do in various countries in Africa.
MetaCompliance takes the responsibility of investing in the local community extremely seriously. The company has processes in place to integrate social, environmental, ethical human rights and consumer concerns into their business operations and core strategy in close collaboration with their stakeholders. One of these is their involvement with Children in Crossfire.
As Judith O’Brien, Finance Director, comments: “MetaCompliance is an organisation with a sense of social responsibility that we believe is important for a modern business. We are delighted to have the opportunity to sponsor the Children in Crossfire event and to contribute to such a worthy cause. The work that the charity undertakes in Africa, working with children who are disabled in already challenging circumstances, is very important. The team at MetaCompliance are proud to be part of this excellent programme.”
MetaCompliance have been involved with Children in Crossfire for many years. Richard Moore, the director of Children in Crossfire, is quick to acknowledge their impact: “I am extremely grateful to MetaCompliance team, for their continued support of Children in Crossfire. Metacompliance, over many years, has shown real compassion and a genuine concern for children that suffer from the impact of poverty.”
MetaCompliance has a clear vision of making Compliance and IT Security easier for organisations. The software can ensure the active participation of all staff in compliance initiatives such as policies, eLearning and surveys, thus mitigating the risk of compliance incident and the associated fines. The software can be used to demonstrate that staff understand content such as policies by being tested with questions. Delivering increased user participation in compliance and IT Security campaigns provides the audit information to generate reports that allow the organisation to demonstrate its “duty of care” to Regulators.
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