What does reputational risk mean to Australian organisations? Read our Reputational Risk Australia report to find out.
When it comes to questions of reputation in the workplace, the shadow of the Hayne Royal Commission hangs heavy over major Australian organisations.
In the year of Hayne's landmark report on the conduct of Australian financial institutions, measuring, assessing and improving workplace culture has taken on new urgency and heightened feelings of exposure to reputational risk issues.
Norton Rose Fulbright surveyed 132 leaders across business and government between August and September 2019 to further its understanding of what reputational risk means to today's organisations. The results of this research, taken together with the views gathered in our inaugural Reputational Risk Australia report in 2017, are detailed in this report.
The results clearly show a growing intensity of concern about workplace reputational issues. Major organisations are becoming both more sensitive to reputational risk and more willing to identify its key drivers.
To find out more about what reputational risk means to Australian organisations and benchmark your business against your peers, read our full report.
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