Why You Need a Code of Ethics

“There is a hostile environment from regulators and the courts for senior management now,” said Darcy, president of the Center for Integrity in Pound Ridge, N.Y. “The risks have never been greater.” Further, he noted, “the extent to which we don't self-regulate, we get re-regulated.”

So how does a company get its employees to self-regulate? Hire the right employees and create a culture where people do the right thing. A necessary element is a code of ethics. Darcy shared a sample code

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