Leo Martin’s letter in today’s Financial Times about the housing market might not seem an obvious fit with GoodCorporation’s day-to-day work on business ethics. However the need for long term loans in the UK housing market to provide greater stability…
Brian Collett from Ethical Performance writes:
Businesses are now being told they should build data protection into their core activities in a guide issued to ensure they satisfy new IT legislation.
They are reminded that following the rules will enhance their reputation and help them to avoid heavy fines for non-compliance.
Introducing its guide, Good Corporation, the London-based international business ethics and compliance consultancy, says: “Robust data protection management should essentially be regarded as ethical business conduct and considered as a key component of good corporate governance.”