The Justice Potter Stewart phrase, “You know it when you see it,” applies to life issues and even compliance. Global companies struggle with program design, allocation of resources (e.g. human resources and money/assets), and program operation. We all hear (and repeat ourselves) “no-one-size-fits-all” when addressing specific recommendations on how to design and implement a global ethics compliance program. But that does not mean that certain...
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