Organisations should be committed to a zero tolerance policy on bribery.
What is doing business ethically?
A better business is one which enhances the lives of its stakeholders: by being a great place to work; by treating suppliers with respect and paying on time; by marketing responsibly; by reporting transparently; by minimising impacts to the environment; by considering its tax obligations.
A better business is also more sustainable in the long term: by reducing reputation and integrity risks; attracting top talent; increasing brand loyalty; enhancing shared value. A more trustworthy organisation is a more secure one.
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How to build an ethical culture
Find out more about the essential elements which support an organisation's ethical culture using IBE's Business Ethics Framework
How to build an ethical culture using the IBE Business Ethics Framework.
A supportive ethical culture includes ethical leadership, speak up mechanisms and performance.
The IBE has been publishing research and surveys on business ethics topics for over 30 years.