As a key driver of corrupt and unethical behaviour, companies in all industries should be aware of and manage the risks attached to incentives. Yet designing and managing incentives schemes that both minimise the risk of corrupt behaviour and motivate staff to produce desired business results presents a major challenge.
On Wednesday 12 October, Transparency International UK will launch a new publication on incentives and corruption risks. This research, supported by Mazars, GSK and Norton Rose Fulbright, aims to bring fresh perspectives on best practice in this area, including principles, practical examples and case studies.
Graham Baxter, a trustee of Transparency International UK, will chair a panel discussion with:
Charles Cotton, Performance and Reward Adviser, CIPD
- Alex Fell, VP and Head of Global Ethics and Compliance Strategy, Planning and Operations, GSK
- Howard Shaw, Director and Head of Anti-Corruption and Whistleblowing Services, Mazars
A drinks reception will follow the discussion.
To register, click here.
Image: flickr/creativecommons – Alan O’Rourke