Many companies have already implemented an ethics reporting program. Others might be thinking about one for some time in the future. And still others may not have even considered it. A common belief is that organizations think these programs are too expensive, or that they just don’t need one. With what seems to be a continued onslaught of corporate scandals in the media, ensuring that existing compliance programs are working correctly, or that newly implemented programs get off to a stellar start, to not have an ethics reporting program in place could be detrimental.
Finally, justice on BC university campuses The recent history of violence, sexual assault, and harassment at many universities prompted the province to introduced legislation requiring universities to have sexual misconduct policies in place by May 2017.
Do you need a whistleblowing system? It's a good question, and one could easily answer it with, nah, not really.
Let's take the headache out of this confusion! Many times, “Code of Ethics” and “Code of Conduct” are used interchangeably. But hold up. There are slight differences. Each has their slight nuance... doesn't everything?
To organizations that want to promote a speak-up culture but don't know how Most of us agree that implementing a whistleblower hotline is a good thing. You can't argue with facts like putting fraud off to another day only increases its damage.
#EnvelopeGate... yes it has its own hashtag Of course something so utterly shocking is going to get its own hashtag.