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Date and Time

Wednesday May 13, 2015
8:00 am-9:00 am PDT


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Topics

#Strategy and Integration


Both regulators and stakeholders are increasing their scrutiny of global companies’ employee incentive structures. To respond to this mounting pressure, and to drive holistic culture change from the top down, many companies are using CSR to set new policies and incentives. 

Please join us for a members-only webinar that will highlight how two companies—Barclays and GlaxoSmithKline—have integrated ethical considerations into sales and employee incentive structures. 

We will also explore the challenges and opportunities that companies face in adopting these practices, as well as existing initiatives that can help companies set incentives and compensation policies that promote the broader achievement of CSR goals. Attendees can expect to come away with a set of actionable ideas to apply in their own contexts.

Speakers

  • Jon Harding, Head of Culture and Values, Barclays
  • Cheryl MacDiarmid, Vice President, Primary Care Sales, GSK
  • John Hodges, Managing Director, BSR

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