No stakeholder is more vital to a company’s success than its own employees, which is why leaders have reignited conversations about what ethical companies owe to their employees. Our contributors discuss the ways that companies can accommodate and attract a diverse workforce, as well as keep them engaged in its broader purpose,.

Leadership Imperatives for Engaging Employees

By |2021-09-15T14:48:48+00:00September 15th, 2021|Compliance and Ethics, Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement, South Asia|

At the beginning of 2021, we modified some of our people policies to make them more inclusive to benefit all of our people equally. Our people with disabilities were also equipped to effectively work from home with the right technology and tools. Written by: Rajeev Chopra, Managing Director – Legal, Accenture in India, and ...

Pfizer: Out of Crisis comes Opportunity

By |2021-09-14T21:09:20+00:00September 14th, 2021|Compliance and Ethics, Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement, South Asia|

10 Steps to suring up your compliance practices to manage risk and improve compliance in a post-pandemic world. Written by: Sandeep Seth, Director, Corporate Compliance, Pfizer India As organizations start bringing their workforce back to the office, many will be deeply focused on “making up” for the downturn in revenue and output. As a ...

Making Ethics Real: What Ethical Leadership Means to Me

By |2021-09-13T15:29:57+00:00September 13th, 2021|Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement, South Asia|

Progress Made Real 2030 is our global commitment to ourselves, our partners, and our customers. It is how we will create a positive and lasting social impact on humankind and the planet through 2030. Written by: Amit Midha, President, Asia Pacific & Japan and Global Digital Cities, Dell Technologies The pandemic has fundamentally changed ...

The 3 N’s: The New Normal Means New Skills and New Strategies

By |2021-08-31T16:30:43+00:00August 30th, 2021|Asia-Pacific, Corporate Culture, Employee Engagement, South Asia|

If there is one thing the pandemic has taught us, it is that leadership matters. Today’s world needs well-rounded leaders armed and ready with solutions when businesses resume fully and seek out expensive ways to explore new opportunities.  Written by: Sameer Chugh, Former Group General Counsel, Bharti Group Up-Skilling and Re-Skilling Sameer Chugh, ...

HCA Healthcare: Leveraging Partnerships for Community Impact

By |2021-08-02T14:50:39+00:00June 25th, 2021|Corporate Purpose, COVID-19, Employee Engagement|

The connection between a company and the people it serves is key to the success of any business, but that bond is especially vital for a company like HCA Healthcare, whose hospitals are indispensable community institutions. HCA Healthcare’s Chief Diversity Officer and Vice President of Community Engagement each gave their perspective on how the ...

The Six New Rules of Business: Employees, Culture & Purpose

By |2021-06-28T22:27:02+00:00June 22nd, 2021|Corporate Purpose, Employee Engagement|

The Aspen Institute’s Judy Samuelson has had a career considering the impacts of capitalism from different vantage points—from the halls of the California state legislature to business school, a stint in banking, running impact investment at the Ford Foundation, and now in charge of the Business and Society Program at a leading think tank. ...

Book Excerpt: Employees Give Voice to Risk & Competitive Advantage

By |2021-06-28T22:27:05+00:00June 21st, 2021|Corporate Purpose, Employee Engagement|

Excerpted and adapted from The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World by Judy Samuelson. Copyright 2020. Reprinted with permission of Berrett-Koehler Publishers. The Voice of the Employee RULE #4: Employees Give Voice to Risk and Competitive Advantage A human management will demand that we incorporate a concern for ...

World Bank: Reforms to Boost Transparency

By |2021-06-08T19:13:59+00:00June 8th, 2021|Employee Engagement, Risk and Reputation|

Since he joined the World Bank Group three years ago, Jorge Dajani has implemented a variety of changes and reforms to make the global institution more trustworthy to all of its stakeholders. In this piece, Dajani discusses how transparency, both in processes and from people in leadership, help to make the institution more accountable to ...

Capgemini: “Responsibility Comes with Stature”

By |2021-04-15T22:25:19+00:00April 15th, 2021|COVID-19, Employee Engagement, World's Most Ethical Companies Insights|

The global consultancy Capgemini has appeared on the list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies® for nine years running. Although many found the adjustment to pandemic footing to be difficult, for this digital-first firm, a culture of commitment to its clients and communities drove increased engagement, a new Social Response Unit to deploy the ...

World’s Most Ethical Companies: PepsiCo – David Flavell

By |2021-04-15T23:44:40+00:00April 11th, 2021|Employee Engagement, World's Most Ethical Companies Insights|

David Flavell EVP, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary PepsiCo Inc Food, Beverage & Agriculture In a year that saw tremendous upheaval, PepsiCo’s General Counsel David Flavell was extremely clear about what made him the proudest: the camaraderie of PepsiCo’s employee base. “I’m most proud of our 290,000 associates around the world, who proved they’re an ...

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