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Baker McKenzie and Ethisphere webcast panel entitled „Effective Remote Investigations Process” discussing best practices in creating or modifying investigations protocols and systems for a more virtual world that meet legal and policy requirements, ensure quality outcomes, and impart employee confidence in the process.
Remote investigations are routine for some companies, perhaps due to the size of their investigations team or other resource constraints, or the nature of certain business settings and geographies. But lately all companies are experiencing a rapid increase in the use of remote working environments, without the benefit of time to modify investigations workflows in the wake of a severe reduction in the ability to travel or meet with people in person.
The Ethisphere Institute is the global leader in defining and advancing the standards of ethical business practices that fuel corporate character, marketplace trust and business success. We have a deep expertise in measuring and defining core ethics standards using data-driven insights that help companies enhance corporate character and believe integrity and transparency impact the public trust and the bottom line of any organization.
Jerome Tomas and Reagan Demas, Baker McKenzie, Maria Zanfini, MasterCard, Will Simmons, Lonza, Steve Spiegelhalter, EY, Creating an Effective Remote Investigations Process (07.04.2020)
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