The following scenario is disturbing and occurs all too often – a company receives a hotline report of misconduct occurring in its operations in a foreign country, India, for example. The company launches an internal investigation of the matter and substantiates the allegation. Financial misconduct occurred, discipline is imposed, two employees are fired and minor adjustments are made to India’s operations. End of story, case...
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