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Thursday 21 February 2019
Ethics at Work: 2018 Survey of Employees: Europe

The Ethics at Work: 2018 survey of employees is the only survey of its kind covering Europe which provides real insight into employees’ views on ethics across all sectors and job roles.  The Survey, first introduced in 2005, asks employees how they experience ethical dilemmas in their day-to-day working lives. It looks at whether they have witnessed misconduct; whether they have reported it; the pressures they are under and what stops them speaking up. 

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Respecting Human Rights in the Energy and Natural Resources Sector

To help businesses in the energy and natural resources sector identify, understand and prevent adverse human rights impact and mitigate associated legal risk, Hogan Lovells' Business and Human Rights Group has developed an Energy and Natural Resources Guide for in-house lawyers, compliance departments and management. 

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Ethics in the Charity Sector

The charity sector has been rocked by major scandals in 2018.  The latest IBE Business Ethics Briefing focuses on the impact of scandals on the charity sector and the ethical issues that charities must now address.  It recommends that all charities – large or small, domestic or international – should ensure that, as a starting point, they have their own code of ethics.

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Past Performance is not necessarily a predictor of future success

EtonBridge Partners looks at the challenges facing business leaders when they are completing today's international assignments.

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