Codes of Business Ethics: examples of good practice

Publication type: Core series report
08 December 2015

Tags: Code of Ethics

This companion publication to Codes of Business Ethics: a guide to developing and implementing an effective code draws on the wording of a number of current corporate codes which address the most common concerns encountered in doing business today.

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There are potentially 108 issues which codes of ethics can cover. These include new issues, such as personal relationships at work; treating customers fairly; social media; protection of the company's brand; risk management and prioritising ethics over profits which did not exist when the guidance was last updated in 2003.

How do you encourage all staff, all the time, to ‘do the right thing’? In order to promote a culture of integrity within an organisation, guidance to staff is absolutely critical. This normally takes the form of a code of ethics, or similar document, which is applicable wherever the organisation operates and at all levels of the business.

This companion publication to Codes of Business Ethics: a guide to developing and implementing an effective code draws on the wording of a number of current corporate codes which address the most common concerns encountered in doing business today.

There are potentially 108 issues which codes of ethics can cover. These include new issues, such as personal relationships at work; treating customers fairly; social media; protection of the company's brand; risk management and prioritising ethics over profits which did not exist when the guidance was last updated in 2003.

Codes of Business Ethics: examples of good practice

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