Monthly Archives: January 2021


Cultivate ethics whilst working remotely during Covid-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a rethink of the meaning and value of “togetherness” in the workplace, and poses the question 'How do we cultivate ethics whilst working remotely?' Thoughts revert to Bauman’s 1995 ethics book, “Life in Fragments” (Oxford: Blackwell, ISBN 0–631–19267–0), as the normative office culture of everyone...

Corporate Reputation: The Power and Pitfalls of Social Media

The Internet is a powerful tool for building and maintaining your corporate reputation. However as deleting offensive and inappropriate content is nearly impossible, it is a permanent record of everything and must be handled with extreme care. Statistics compiled by Genroe (1) indicate that 66% of Australians are active Facebook...

Whistleblowing Management Compliance Update: January 2021

As organisations in many countries adjust to new corporate whistleblower regulations and laws, many wonder if there will ever be a global standard for the operation of whistleblowing programs….The good news is that with, ISO37002, soon there will be! Specifically, the International Organization for Standardization/ISO has a working group for...

Enhance your corporate DNA: A robust compliance program is not cosmetic

Your Call's Head of Advisory & Training, Prof Katrina A. Bramstedt, has a journal article published in eithikos, a publication of the Society for Corporate Compliance and Ethics. Katrina states that many organisations provide cosmetic compliance programs that seemingly 'tick the boxes' such as a toll-free hotline, and a sleek...

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