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Launch of DEI framework

The GoodCorporation Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) framework is a comprehensive set of responsible management practices designed to help businesses effectively demonstrate their commitment to promoting DEI.

Creating the right workplace culture has never been more essential for organisations. Not only can businesses that prioritise DEI gain a sustainable and competitive advantage, but they may also experience higher retention rates, increased workforce engagement, and greater innovation. However, implementing the necessary steps can be challenging for many businesses, as it is often difficult to know where to start.

From the initial step of planning your company's approach to DEI to embedding and evaluating your complete DEI strategy, our framework can provide the guidance you need.

With the inclusion of this framework, GoodCorporation offers a range of DEI consultancy services to help organisations build and integrate an effective DEI strategy. To learn more about our DEI services, please visit our webpage using the link below.

Building an inclusive workplace culture

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From enhanced employee engagement to improved financial performance, cultivating an inclusive workplace has many benefits, both for the company and its employees. Yet, what is meant by 'inclusion,' and how does one begin to make the necessary changes to achieve it?

Extending beyond a focus on recruitment policies, this article on building an inclusive workplace culture outlines all the key steps required to foster inclusion in any organisation. From securing support from top leadership to adopting inclusive language in everyday communication, there are multiple ways for businesses to embrace inclusivity and, in doing so, reap the associated benefits.

To learn how to create inclusivity in your organisation, click the button below.

Corporate greenwashing and how to tackle it

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Greenwashing is a term used to describe the process of conveying false or misleading information in order to promote a company or product as environmentally sound. From banning 'green' adverts produced by oil companies to charging manufacturers for making exaggerated sustainability claims, regulators are increasingly taking steps to crack down on greenwashing activities. With legislation set to follow suit, steering clear of greenwashing accusations has never been more important for businesses. 

Providing key steps for understanding and preventing greenwashing in your organisation, including how to understand the risks and create a roadmap for improvement, this article aims to help businesses navigate the complex world of sustainability claims so they can avoid the greenwashing 'trap'.

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Measuring inclusion in the workplace


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ESG & the increasing risk of greenwashing

With efforts to tackle the climate crisis in full swing, the concept of greenwashing is increasingly being recognised as a problem by legislators and regulators alike. Yet how much of a risk does greenwashing actually pose to businesses today, and what can be done to solve it?

These are the questions we asked attendees of our most recent House of Lords debate to consider, covering topics of third party verification and why company culture has to be part of the discussion. Learn more by reading the debate notes in full.


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Demystifying the pay gap: how to tackle pay disparity

In basic terms, the pay gap represents the average difference in earnings between demographic groups in the workforce.

To mark Equal Pay Day, which occurred on the 18th of September, we released an article on demystifying the pay gap, taking a deep dive into what the 'pay gap' really is and why it is often such a hot topic of debate.

Challenging common misconceptions and oversimplified statistics, this article delves into the multifaceted issues of pay equity and sets out the steps businesses can take to tackle them.

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Will ESG demands affect the value chain?

As new laws are introduced and public pressure continues to grow, businesses are increasingly being compelled to focus on the management of their value chains, especially in the context of Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) measures.

Our recent Business Ethics Debate at the House of Lords invited guests to discuss the various approaches to due diligence within their value chains, considering whether the rising demands of ESG are poised to influence them in the future. Find out more about the discussion using the link below.

Global Ethics Day 2023

To mark this year's Global Ethics Day, the theme of which was 'Ethics Empowered,' we asked our Managing Director Leo to provide a quote about the increasing importance of ethics and compliance in business.

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Quotation from Leo Martin on the importance of ethics and compliance