Stop Getting Ripped Off: The Financial and Reputational Case for a Deeply Embedded Ethical Culture

Stop Getting Ripped Off: The Financial and Reputational Case for a Deeply Embedded Ethical Culture

Compliance and ethics often go hand in hand, but being in compliance doesn’t necessarily mean your organization is a bastion of ethical behavior. Fraud is unsettlingly common, and we’re not talking about the petty stuff. Having a deeply embedded ethical culture can protect against misconduct that comes with six-figure (or higher!) losses, causes significant reputational damage and leads to hefty...

The Value of an Ethical Culture

The Value of an Ethical Culture

When it comes to compliance, the best investment a company can make is to create and promote an ethical culture. Dollar for dollar, communicating this message is the money well spent. A CEO has to commit time and effort to the program. If the CEO does not want to commit, the job will be much harder. A CEO who believes...

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