Too many chief executives have been attracting headlines for the wrong reasons. The most important factor preventing fraud and unethical behaviour is corporate culture. An effective culture ensures that everyone lives an organisation’s values of ethics and integrity.
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Charles Cotton, Research and Policy Adviser, Performance and Reward
Charles has recently led research into the business case for pensions, how front line managers make and communicate reward decisions, and managing reward risks, as well as the creation of a good practice guide on the annual pay review process. He is also responsible for the CIPD’s public policy work in the area of reward and is a Chartered Fellow of the CIPD.
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