Compliance professionals can only dream of the day when a new policy is received like a surprise Beyoncé album drop. Until such time, in-house policy shops aim for the quiet din of acceptance, the soft click of an attestation and maybe even a sigh of relief from an employee who does not have to wade through pages of defined terms before getting to the policy itself. At this fall’s SCCE Compliance and Ethics Institute, Adam Balfour of Firestone and Lisa Fine of Pearson presented on the importance of employee-centric, palatable policies. We distill their insight and discuss how corporate policies can manage to be both effective and engaging instead of dense and dry. See “Using a Code of Conduct to Drive Engagement With Compliance and Ethics” (Mar. 6, 2019).