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Ethics & Corporate Social Responsibility

 

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Business Leaders: Diversity + Inclusion = Success
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) are good for business, according to speakers at the recent Commit!Forum conference presented by Corporate Responsibility Magazine.

CEOs Reflect on CSR
Putting “visibly passionate people” in charge of corporate social responsibility initiatives and embedding responsible leadership throughout the organization ensures those CSR efforts will work, according to speakers at the Commit!Forum conference. 

Employees Are Key to Compliance  
Compliance programs, particularly in global organizations, aren’t one size fits all. Successful programs are holistic, make the most of HR and other employee ambassadors, and get their tone from the top.

Making Transparent Ethical Communication a Reality Clear and consistent communication from leaders—especially HR—to employees is necessary to create an ethical culture in the workplace.

Creating an Ethical Workplace
Business decisions aren’t always black and white. How can you trust that your workers will do the right thing?

High Court Extends Employee Whistle-Blower Protections 

MTV Engages Millennials Through 'Pro-Social' Programs

Pro Bono Work Boosts Leader Development

 

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Rationalizing Unethical Choices
An audio interview with Chuck Gallagher, a former convicted felon who now speaks on business ethics.

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HR’s Role in Workplace Ethics and Compliance

Attorneys Brad Siciliano and Reid Bowman explore the unique role HR plays in the compliance process and provide best practices for effective training.

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