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Why Hollywood Needs to Lead the Way in Showing How to Create a Safer Workplace
June 21, 2018, Variety Magazine | Ladies and gentlemen in media and entertainment, now is your time. You’ve been through a lot lately, but the eyes of the world are on you. On behalf of your fans, I implore you to make the most of it.

Is the World Becoming Safer for Whistle-Blowers?
June 19, 2018, Strategy Business | It is one thing to change the law to reward or protect whistle-blowers after they have come forward. It is quite another to build a culture that encourages people to come forward in the first place. And in this regard, it is clear that there is much work to do. The most recent Global Business Ethics Survey from the Ethics and Compliance Initiative (ECI) shows the rate of retaliation against employees for reporting wrongdoing has actually doubled since 2013.

Criminal Trade Secret Prosecutions Under Trump—One Year Later
June 14, 2018, Lexology  |  In early January 2017, just weeks before Donald Trump was to take the helm as the President of the United States, we assessed the government’s efforts to protect against the persistent financial and strategic threat posed by the theft of valuable intellectual property from U.S. companies by foreign agents and others.


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GBES 2018
The State of Ethics & Compliance in the Workplace
US Rates of Reported Misconduct Sets National Record; Retaliation Has Doubled

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. The entire survey's findings, including the executive summary and global trends are available at ethics.org/gbes.

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