What does Philip Green’s downfall mean for entrepreneurs leading growing businesses? – That an ethical approach could be your saving grace as your public image grows.
One of the immutable laws of capitalism is that companies exist solely to deliver profit to shareholders. But there’s a fundamental shift underway that might just turn the business world on its head for good.
With the Financial Reporting Council (FRC) proposing a significantly increased focus on company culture in its consultation on the Corporate Governance Code, the issue of culture has become something of a hot topic around the board room table.
A myriad of companies suffered crises last year that threatened, if not destroyed their reputations, which shows the importance of acting on poor corporate governance.
Jan Cavelle draws a line under the demise of her failing business by touching on how moving away from that toxic environment has been a breath of fresh air.
Revealed in reverse alphabetical order, we’re pleased to introduce the Philanthropic 30 2017 – a list of the most caring companies in Britain that have an ambition to give back.
At Gleem, business ethics is everything, and treating staff right, keeping people happy and remaining environmentally friendly are all top priorities.
Despite the rise of influencer marketing, we live in a world where disinformation is now a frequent issue across many forms of media, which is a topic that has certainly been in focus over the past few months.
A company’s code of conduct does far more than you may realise. It provides guidance for decision making, impacts the way your staff interact with colleagues and consumers and proves handy for recruitment purposes – so why not learn what to include in yours?
Ethics and compliance is one of today’s highest risk concerns for businesses. As such, Khushboo Sinha from MetricStream takes a look at five best practices for firms seeking to establish a successful ethics and corporate compliance programme.
Would-be US president and hospitality magnate Donald Trump is preparing for a visit to UK shores to launch his new Scottish property, but one growing UK travel company has taken a bold stand against the billionaire businessman as he has proven to be toxic for the business.
If you want to be successful in business, you shouldn’t lie, cheat or steal. Everyone knows that neglecting to adhere to basic ethics will lead to ruin, but simply living up to these expectations isn’t enough.