Organisations of all types can be divided on their mission, vision and strategy. A combination of compliance and stewardship is the solution.
Ensuring the right things are done while not being overly fussy is a tricky balance. But relaxing one’s guard can also be the wrong approach.
When a compliance professional perceives their pay package may be reduced as a result of their actions, there is a risk of biased decisions.
Compliance is no longer simply a question of rules, but of anticipating societal expectations and reflecting them in your corporate strategy.
US investors are using federal securities law to launch claims over sexual harassment policy compliance. Boards should take this seriously.
Shareholders have begun using laws governing corporate disclosures to hold companies to account over “material impact” of sexual harassment.
New legislation in the UK and Europe has added pressure for more internal investigations. But the lack of guidance puts companies at a disadvantage.
As several US states move to outlaw non-disclosure agreements in cases of sexual misconduct, boards in every jurisdiction must review their policies—and their company culture.
Setting up a business in Germany can be challenging—even something as basic as opening a bank account poses difficulties. Here’s what you need to know.
Governance concerns for boards to focus on in 2019 include data breaches, inclusivity, new codes and managing engagement. Board Agenda hears from the experts and looks at the strategic questions boards should be asking.