US academic calls for an end to non-disclosure agreements (NDAs), changes in the use of arbitration and better reporting of complaints.
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Nothing makes headlines quite like a corporate scandal, with events at Volkswagen, MacDonald’s, Tesla and many other examples in evidence. But one US academic has put together a list of recommendations that he believes could help boards head off executive behaviour coming off the rails.
Tom CW Lin believes there are at least three major changes US corporates could make to help change the current business environment. He calls on companies to halt the use of non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) for allegations involving executive misconduct; transform the way arbitration is used as a dispute resolution tool; and to issue annual reports about
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