Tag: transparency

Crisis communication: Key lessons from 2018

A crisis can create three related threats namely public safety, financial loss, and reputation loss. Are you willing to risk it?

Taking responsibility: Communicating in a crisis

Taking ownership of a crisis response is crucial, no matter what the cause of the incident.

Google hit with £44m GDPR fine over ads

Google has been fined 50 million euros (£44m) by the French data regulator CNIL, for a breach of the EU's data protection rules.

ISO 21041: Gaining consumer trust by making purchasing choices easier

A new standard for unit pricing will help consumers compare products quickly and effectively, a win-win solution for all.

New digital tags for supply chain transparency

The Finnish packaging firm, Stora Enso, has announced the development of a digital tag to use in its supply chain.

Most countries ignore Anti-Foreign Bribery laws

A new report by Transparency International suggests foreign bribery is alive and well.

How corrupt (or not) is your country?

A look into Transparency International's latest report on corruption around the world.

Anti Corruption Glossary

Corruption comes in many forms, and there are many ways to challenge it.

Organisations are preparing for GDPR and Twitter users are having a field day

Santa may need to comply with the new data protection regulations.

Consumers demanding supply chain visibility and performance

According to a global survey, 78% of consumers want to receive updates on the status of their orders when purchasing goods, and they won't hesitate to switch brands if supply chain performance fails to meet their expectations.

Does specific sector experience matter to Business Continuity Management?

Does experience in a specific sector really make a difference when applying objective BCM?

An international guide to effective product labelling

Getting product information right is a key business strategy. A new international guide will help ensure the product is really what it says on the tin.

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