Ethics

Only half think businesses behave ethically

Research on business ethics reveals that the British public's view of organisations has dipped from last year

Four ways to be an ethical AI business leader

At the 2019 CIPD Festival of Work speakers shared tips on how to ensure AI is helping to create meaningful work

Staff want employers to declare a climate emergency

Research finds firms could lose talent if they don't address environmental concerns, as a separate study calls for the working week to be shortened to cut emissions

Employees unaware of messaging app security risks

A third (33%) of employees have sent customer information via new communication platforms, suggesting a lack of awareness of security risks, research finds

Webb: “No-one will get rich at the Co-op"

While being an ethical employer requires some sacrifices the trade-off is worth it, according to the Co-op Group's chief people officer Helen Webb

Employee data can create more questions than answers

Gathering as much data as possible isn't the key to understanding an organisation's health, according to employee measurement and insights lead at BP Laura Hammett

Responsible use of staff data could boost revenues by 12.5%

Neither employees nor leaders are confident they’re collecting employee data ethically, meaning they could be missing out on substantial revenue growth, according to Accenture

Shami Chakrabarti: HR must find a sensible social media policy

Employers must find an effective balance when it comes to social media policy, the Labour MP and former director of advocacy group Liberty Shami Chakrabarti has urged

One in eight pressured to compromise ethical standards

One in eight (12%) UK employees have felt pressure to compromise their organisation’s ethical standards, according to the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE)?