Corporate Responsability Checklist


 
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Corporate Responsability Checklist
Eugenio Artaza-Llona, Financial Consultant, Peru, Moderator
According to Mark Daniel, if your company’s approach to corporate responsibility is not the right one, you will not inspire your personnel, create a sense of purpose and enhance your corporate and civic network. You have to check your are fulfilling your corporate responsibilities. Pay attention to:
Workplace – Consider health and safety, and other employee issues.
Business Systems – Set high corporate-behavior standards. Be sure your partners, franchisees and any other allied parties comply.
Reporting – Deceptive or inadequate reporting processes can undermine your firm.
Governance – Avoid shareholder lawsuits by staying righteous.
Customer rights – This litigious area is growing more important daily.
Environment – Stay on the right side of this emotional, high profile issue.
Community – Become an active part of your community; it’s smart business. Take responsibility....Sign up
 

 
Setting High Corporate-behavior Patters
Jose Chu, Professor, Panama, Member
Setting the tone at the top provides assurance to proper governance and limits incurring in risk management situations which could jeopardize complian...Sign up
 

   

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Ismael Bena - MBA
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