Reducing risks with brand and culture
The Ethical Leader, March 20, 2018 | As ethics & compliance professionals, our goal is to mitigate business risks. Many of us follow the model developed in 2007 by the Ethics Resource Center (now the Ethics & Compliance Initiative). Essentially, the model shows that a well-implemented compliance program combined with an ethical culture leads to reduced risks.Building A More Ethical Workplace Culture
PYMNTS, March 20, 2018 | It’s hard to blame anyone for feeling less inspired by workplace ethics these days. The run of recent headlines could convince even a naturally upbeat sort of person that workplace ethics, at best, are severely ailing these days – and at worst, are an actual oxymoron.
Ethics Survey Reveals Increase in Perceived Whistleblower Retaliation and Increased Pressure to Compromise Ethical Standards
March 19, 2018, The National Law Review | The Ethics & Compliance Initiative has released a Global Business Ethics Survey (GBES) that includes several significant findings that are consistent with what we are observing in our practice representing whistleblowers in SEC whistleblower rewards and Sarbanes-Oxley whistleblower retaliation claims.
The Morning Risk Report: Whistleblower Retaliation Rising
March 19, 2018, Wall Street Journal | Employees at U.S. companies are seeing misconduct less often but they are reporting suspected problems and being punished for it in ever-greater numbers, according to a survey of 5,101 workers by the Ethics & Compliance Initiative.
Global Workplace Survey: US Rates of Reported Misconduct Sets National Record; Retaliation Has Doubled
March 19, 2018 | Reporting of suspected wrongdoing in organizations nationally has reached a historic high, while rates of retaliation for reporting of suspected wrongdoing have doubled in the last two years, according to the Ethics & Compliance Initiative's (ECI) Global Business Ethics Survey (GBES).
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