Survey finds internal communication of ethics, values and cultures needs works while systems for protecting whistleblowers need more monitoring.
One in four companies has failed to put in place an internal strategy for communicating ethics, values and culture, according to a survey.
The findings come from the Institute of Business Ethics in their triennial Corporate Ethics Policies and Programmes: 2016 UK and Continental Europe survey.
However, the survey, which looks at trends in the FTSE 350, also found that that 86% of respondents said that ethics, values and culture are regularly discussed in board meetings. This is a 30% increase on findings in the 2013 survey.
However, less t
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