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With the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) finally taking effect at the end of May across the EU, we asked the Governance and Compliance and Core community to discuss how their organisations had responded to it.
By Paul McFarlane
Constructive dismissal is notoriously tricky. Employees often allege their employer has breached the implied term of mutual ‘trust and confidence' in the employment contract, either through a single...
By Jonny McCaig
William Lever founded Unilever with a clear purpose: to make cleanliness commonplace and rid Victorian slums of deadly diseases such as cholera.
By Peter Swabey
There have been three particularly interesting corporate governance developments this month: the publication by the government of the snappily titled Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) ...
By Glenn Oborne
Developing a personal network is as relevant as ever to unlock your career potential, and the tools you need to do this have changed.
By Elizabeth Colvin
An extract from the winning submission for the Tom Morrison Essay Prize
By Henry Ker
A clear mission can go to the heart of business operations
By John Stittle
Alternative performance measures, and even EPS, can distort financial statements
By Peter Swabey, Henry Ker
The FCA's decision to lower listing requirements for sovereign-controlled companies risks undermining the UK's esteemed financial markets
By Peter Swabey
The government has introduced new regulations around pay ratios and remuneration, section 172 and governance for large companies
By Lorraine Young
Rigid voting recommendations on directors' commitments risk boards losing out on talent
By Simon Osborne
In April and May, ICSA's president John Heaton and I travelled to Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man, the Republic of Ireland and Scotland to attend the regional ICSA conferences.
By Henry Ker
Niamh O'Sullivan, company secretary at Cancer Research UK discusses how good governance is the lynchpin of an effective organisation
By Julian Baddeley, Rhona Sim
Although the role of the company secretary varies significantly according to the peculiarities of each organisation, there is one thing that all company secretaries share.
By Lawrie Holmes
Many of the biggest governance failings at Carillion could be the result of a flawed leadership
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