Conference: « What does ethics at work mean to employees? »

December 4, 2018 - 18:00

Employees’ views are a key indicator of the ethical temperature in every organization, and many organizations use employee surveys to try and understand their culture.But what might the story be at a country level? How do we measure the ethical temperature of the business environment in France, compared to other countries in Europe?

The Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) has asked French employees about their views of ethics at work. How does their experience of ethics in their workplaces differ from that of the average European employee? What are French employees’ perception of honesty, misconduct, management and speaking up? What pressures are they under to compromise ethical standards and are formal ethics programmes effective in embedding ethical values into organisational culture and influencing behaviour?

During this conference organized at IESEG Paris (1 parvis de La Défense – 92044 Paris) on December 4, 2018 from 18:00 to 20:00, in partnership with the Institute of Business Ethics, the results of this year’s survey which asked French employees their views of ethics in their workplace will be unveiled and the challenges for organizations will be analyzed.

Guest speakers:

  • Emmanuel Lulin, Senior VP & Chief Ethics Officer – L’ORÉAL, as the Keynote speaker
  • Guendalina Dondè, IBE’s Senior Researcher & main author of the report
  • Simone de Colle, Professor of Business Ethics – IÉSEG & IBE’s national partners for France
  • Dominique Lamoureux, Président – Cercle d’Ethique des Affaires & VP, Ethics & Corporate Responsibility – Thales

Interested in participating in this conference? Participation is free but registration is mandatory. Please register here.

Contact: Simone De Colle