GoodCorporation helps organisations to design, build and embed ethics and compliance programmes. We evaluate and benchmark these programmes for regulators, businesses and external advisers.

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The grey area between tax avoidance and tax evasion can be difficult to navigate. Our latest debate examined current expectations around tax evasion and asked why companies need to do more to prevent it.

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Preventing tax evasion – why companies need to do more - Lord Bilimoria, host of our summer 2019 ethics debate, [...]

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Excellent analysis by @MartinWolf Economies need businesses that take account of their impact on all stakeholders - why rentier capitalism is damaging liberal democracy https://t.co/R6ZVvxr4j5 via @financialtime

More than half of UK businesses still aren't GDPR compliant https://t.co/9i2wnE85wk GoodCorporation's data protection services can help businesses prepare https://t.co/Y0AzVCzslI

New culture guide for SMEs from the Chartered Insurance Institute puts appropriate emphasis on ethics: https://t.co/BGdcZKKUEd Our own paper looked at how the culture of SMEs compared with larger firms and how key elements of #culture could be measured: https://t.co/pVSqFKZdcz

"Positive cultures stem from leaders that have a clear idea of what they want to create" https://t.co/YmNprHKjuu Some good ideas here on the importance of setting the tone from the top when it comes to #culture. See how we measure this here: https://t.co/pVSqFKZdcz

"Often the buzzword is at odds with how the company actually operates." https://t.co/H0OC8K8uyg These findings in @HarvardBiz match our experience of companies who are quick to talk about #culture but slower to understand it See here how we can help here: https://t.co/pVSqFKZdcz

A legal battle waged by villagers on UK mining giant @VedantaLimited could have major implications on multinationals doing business in Africa, writes @MJPollitt https://t.co/ZlTXxi2tS0

"A positive company culture is no longer seen as a desirable element, in many cases it is now seen as an essential." https://t.co/iW41C3RSQR Interesting thoughts here on the growing importance of #culture in business. See how we measure this here: https://t.co/1U5BKub6c8

The case for meaningful intervention - GoodCorporation argues that working with foreign subsidiaries to implement sustainability and human rights standards is achievable and makes good business sense https://t.co/OrKsnVN4eK

Are we really seeing a shift away from shareholder primacy in favour of a wider approach to corporate purpose? Will this lead to changes in corporate behaviour? Business must act on a new corporate purpose https://t.co/Fo9CKKN9sT via @financialtimes

One to watch ... British Airways and Shell to build Europe's first facility to convert rubbish into jet fuel https://t.co/V6KXcYsuLS via @telebusiness

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Group of US corporate leaders ditches shareholder-first mantra https://t.co/RMfpIy3L3N via @financialtimes #CorpGov #inclusivecapitalism

"Ethical culture becomes a source of business advantage because integrity drives business performance” https://t.co/waMZVwvLFJ Good #culture isn’t all about avoiding scandals. It helps companies stand out from the competition. See how we measure it here: https://t.co/1U5BKub6c8

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