Behavioural ethics – a new approach to compliance
We continue to offer our tailored advisory services to companies seeking to improve their anti-corruption compliance programmes.
Many companies with more mature programmes are showing interest in how to adapt elements of behavioural ethics to their compliance approach. Their aim is to go beyond traditional incentives to embed integrity in employees working in areas more exposed to compliance risks.
In developing these new approaches, we are drawing on our colleagues' expertise in social accountability and analysis of relationships in the workplace and beyond.
Interested in developing or improving your company’s compliance programme? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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