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17 June 2019 Ethics

South Africa

Unethical behaviour on the rise in SA according to new survey

The Ethics Institute (TEI) has recently published its 2019 South African Business Ethics Survey (SABES). It found an increase in unethical behaviour at work: from 18% in 2009, to 25% in 2016, to 31% in 2019. The number of employees who saw and reported this increased from 48% in 2016 to ...

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2019 South African Business Ethics Survey (SABES) key highlights

The Ethics institute (TEI) has released its fifth report stemming from a survey of organisational ethical culture of South African listed and large organisations, as experienced by internal stakeholders.

In 2002, the first Business Ethics Survey South Africa was published, followed in 2009 by the South African Corporate Ethics Indicator ...

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Acting with integrity

By Lee Rossini

What does it mean to act with integrity, especially in the financial advice arena? The Oxford Dictionary defines ‘integrity’ as ‘the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles’. Being honest is defined as acting in a manner which is ‘free of deceit; truthful and sincere’ ...

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Steadfast or out fast: will millennials stay with your organisation?

Millennials in financial services cite ethics and values as one of their top areas of satisfaction with their employers. Financial services leaders can use that starting point to draw engagement. 

According to research conducted by the Bank Administration Institute and Bank Centre (BAI) in the United States, millennials in ...

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Technology, agility key components of next generation of compliance

This article by LRN Corporation in the US dives into a new report that reveals new technologies being used in the financial services will require a new type of compliance office.

Faced with a future of unending disruption, as new technologies change the way business is conducted, ethics and compliance teams ...

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Working Smart

By Lee Rossini

Most candidates arrive at an interview aiming to dazzle and leave a lasting impression. However, interviewing candidates for a position can be a mentally tiring process for the interviewer. More importantly, how do you make the right decision based on an hour interaction with a person who is prepared to only show you their best side? Being well prepared and making use of a structured interview process can assist in overcoming some of the challenges.


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