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The importance of a company's ethical code

Discover in this video the EDHEC ethical code, based on its three core values engagement, impact and innovation...

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7 Dec 2019
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The ethical code of a company is a good practices charting, applicable to all third parties of the company’s environment. The company should let all its members know about its core values, acceptable behaviour and right messages so everyone can understand and apply them in they work and work relationships.

Social responsibility is more and more valued at work, and it is even becoming one of the companies’ strategy pillars.

Discover in this video the EDHEC ethical code, based on its three core values engagement, impact and innovation, and destined to all students, members of staff, professors, journalists or providers of the Business School.

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