Tech giants have been accused of having cultures that ignore or perpetuate harassment and gender discrimination. The December issue of HR Magazine looks at the recent walkout by Google workers to protest against sexual harassment, misconduct and a workplace culture that wasn’t working.
Commenting in the article, GoodCorporation’s Jane Ellis said,
“A wise start-up will recognise that although it is possible to break the mould with a product, ignoring good governance and responsible management practices comes at a heavy price, and not just in terms of bad headlines.”
Posted December 2019
Moves to boost transparency in the relationships between healthcare professionals and pharmaceutical companies come into fruition this year. Michael Littlechild spoke to Pharma Times about the challenges and opportunities that disclosure will create. PharmaTimes – February 2016
Recent corporate governance failings at high-profile companies have further dented the British public’s trust in business and raised questions as to whether existing standards are fit for purpose. In light of this, the UK government has launched a consultation seeking…
Legal challenges: Which set of company rules are OK? US-style or UK? Financial Times – June 2009 View the article in a new window (web page)