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Communicating ethics to a changing audience

Andrew T. Wampler (awampler@wwmgs.com) is Of Counsel with Wilson Worley PC in Kingsport, TN.

Most organizations expend quite a bit of effort and expense in defining the ethics that inform their operations. We can probably agree on many of those foundational principles that companies adopt to guide their workers. There is much written on the content of those ethical principles and the elements of compliance and ethics programs, but the way those principles are conveyed is easily ignored. Sure, most everyone agrees that each company needs some type of documentation that outlines what should inform decision-making. But often there is not much thought put into how those things are said.

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