webinar register page

Webinar banner
The employees' voice: ethics at work 2021
Employees’ views are a key indicator of the ethical temperature in every organisation, and many organisations use employee surveys to try and understand their culture. Are employees prepared to speak up when they become aware of misconduct? Do they feel under any pressure to compromise their organisation's stated core ethical values? To find out more, the Institute of Business Ethics has conducted its triennial survey into employees’ views of ethics at work, which this year covers employees in 13 countries around the world.

Join us on Thursday 04 November for our webinar, as we unveil the results of this year’s survey. To help us put the data into context and translate them into practical, actionable insights for organisations to improve their ethical culture and strengthen their E&C programme, we will be joined by an expert panel of senior Ethics and Compliance practitioners: Roz Bliss (Business Conduct Advisor at Northrop Grumman), Shaun Teichner (General Counsel at Glencore) and Paul Hockley (Group Ethics and Compliance Officer at Mott MacDonald). The event will be moderated by Guendalina Dondé, IBE’s Head of Research.

Nov 4, 2021 04:00 PM in London

* Required information
Loading
Please note a recording of this event will be made available on our website and YouTube channel after the event has taken place.

Speakers

Guendalina Dondé
Head of Research @Institute of Business Ethics
Guen coordinates the work of the Research Hub and conducts research and writes on a variety of business ethics topics, including IBE surveys, briefing and reports. She advises organisations on how to make their code of ethics and policies more effective and conducts benchmarking exercises on specific issues. She delivers bespoke training sessions, as well as talks and presentations on the IBE research. She is secretary to Professionals against Corruption, at the IBE (PaC, at IBE), which brings together professionals from real estate, legal and accounting professions to prevent corruption. Before joining the IBE, she collaborated with the inter-university centre for business ethics and corporate social responsibility EconomEtica in developing the code of ethics for the Italian Association of Management Consultants and worked for CSR Europe, a European CSR Business Network based in Brussels. She holds a master’s degree in Business Ethics and CSR from the University of Trento in Italy.
Roz Bliss
Manager, Global Integrity Business Conduct Advisor @Northrop Grumman
Roz Bliss is a manager in Northrop Grumman’s ethics organization. Her responsibilities include global ethics training and communications and support for Northrop Grumman’s network of over 130 business conduct officers. Her prior experience includes oversight of the Northrop Grumman Ethics OpenLine; providing the statistical analysis and summaries of OpenLine activities to senior management and the Board of Directors Audit Committee. She also assisted with external research on ethical policies and procedures regarding the company’s standards of business conduct in support of the overall objectives of the organization. Previous positions with Northrop Grumman include Workers’ Compensation Administrator where her responsibilities were management, return to work and settlement proposals. She began her career at TRW as a HRIS analyst in support of the enterprise-wide human resource PeopleSoft consolidation.
Paul Hockley
Group Compliance Officer @Mott MacDonald
Paul joined Mott MacDonald as the Group Compliance Officer in September 2019 and following a short transition combined both the Ethics and Compliance functions under one programme in June 2020 to become the Group Ethics & Compliance Officer. Paul is a qualified lawyer and former British Army Officer before working as an inhouse counsel for the Home Office and then moving into the Ethics and Compliance arena, filling roles with Serco as their Regional Head of Ethics in the UK & Europe and then Centrica as the Group Head of Ethics & Compliance Operations.
Shaun Teichner
General Counsel @Glencore plc
Shaun Teichner is General Counsel at Glencore plc, a Switzerland-based multinational commodity trading and mining company. Glencore is one of the world’s largest global diversified natural resource companies and a major producer and marketer of more than 60 responsibly-sourced commodities that advance everyday life. Glencore’s operations comprise around 150 mining, metallurgical and oil production assets. With a strong footprint in over 35 countries in both established and emerging regions for natural resources, Glencore's industrial activities are supported by a global network of more than 30 marketing offices. Glencore's customers are industrial consumers, such as those in the automotive, steel, power generation, battery manufacturing and oil sectors. Glencore also provides financing, logistics and other services to producers and consumers of commodities. Glencore's companies employ around 135,000 people, including contractors.