Risk and Reputation

Rather than seeing ethical and legal hurdles as impediments to operations separate from doing business, more and more companies are integrating legal and reputational challenges into a broad conception of the risks facing their organizations. Ethical problems damage a company’s perception among consumers and ultimately, its performance in the market. Learn how our contributors address this challenge.

The Corporate Purpose Issue

“The Corporate Purpose Issue” of Ethisphere Magazine dives into the question of the purpose of a 21st century corporation. Beyond profits, what are they for? How can defining your company’s more clearly help you to inspire and retain employees?

Risk and Reputation

RepRisk: Oil & Gas Sector

March 10th, 2017|

June 2017 marks the seventh month since the Paris Climate Agreement came into force on November 4, 2016. The Agreement, which has been ratified by 148 member states of the ...

RepRisk Special Report: Human Trafficking

September 13th, 2016|

The United Nations Trafficking in Persons Protocol broadly defines Human Trafficking as the “recruitment, transportation, and harboring of persons by means of abduction, coercion, or deception for the purpose of ...

RepRisk Special Report: Forced Labor

September 1st, 2016|

The International Labour Organization (ILO) defines the term “forced labor” as: “situations in which persons are coerced to work through the use of violence or intimidation, or by subtler means ...

Beyond Legal Leadership: Separating Risks

March 23rd, 2016|

Navigating risks in challenging jurisdictions has always been a major issue for many large companies. It seems that almost everything a company does—whether its financial transactions, third party engagement or ...