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The Business Guide to Effective Compliance and Ethics

Why Compliance isn't Working - and How to Fix it

Protect your business with a strong compliance and ethics programme with this accessible strategic guide.
Available to pre-order from 3rd May 2019
EAN: 9780749482978
Edition: 1
Published:
Paperback
Format: 234x156
320 pages

About the book

Across the world organizations continue to be damaged and brought down by systemic non-compliance or the misdeeds of a few, and newspapers abound with examples of corporate and NGO scandals and crimes. This despite the increasing ethical demands stakeholders are making of business, the exposing power of social media, the proliferating requirements of compliance laws and regulations, and the burgeoning numbers of policies, procedures and compliance officers which have been put in place in response. So what's going on? Why isn't compliance working? The Business Guide to Effective Compliance and Ethics examines how rules-based, tick-box, defensible compliance continues to fail, and lays out a new approach for organizations seeking to flourish and succeed.

Written for any organization and businesses large and small, it provides clear, thorough and practical guidance for practitioners and decision-makers. It explains in layman's terms the skills, tools and mindset needed to develop and deliver a best practice compliance and ethics programme - one that meets the requirements made by law, stakeholders and society, and protects your organization from risk of fines, penalties and reputational damage. But this is also a book for all those interested in how to build employee engagement and motivation. The Business Guide to Effective Compliance and Ethics demonstrates the value - including competitive advantage, career satisfaction, employee and customer loyalty, and brand enhancement - that a truly effective compliance and ethics programme can bring when it is working hand in hand with a values-based culture of shared ownership.

About the authors

Andrew Hayward

Andrew Hayward is a lawyer with more than a dozen years' experience of compliance roles in three sectors. Having previously worked for AstraZeneca and Balfour Beatty, he is now Head of Compliance and Ethics at Subsea 7, an engineering, construction and services contractor to the offshore energy industry. He also worked with the British Standards Institute on the development of the first anti-bribery standard (BS10500) and was part of the UK delegation on the development of the International Anti-Bribery Standard (BS ISO 37001:2016).

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Anthony Osborn

Tony Osborn is a creative consultant, content developer and award-winning writer, working with leading corporations around the world. He helped to shape and write the award-winning Balfour Beatty Code of Conduct and Serco's online and printed Code.

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