Corporate Social Responsibility: Good Corporate Citizens Respect Copyright and the Property of Others
Integrity is measured by what an organization does and does not do when no one is looking. Does the organization hold to its obligations, values, beliefs and ethics? Or does it compromise, take shortcuts and operate counter to what it has committed to do?
In his whitepaper, Corporate Social Responsibility: Good Corporate Citizens Respect Copyright and the Property of Others, Risk and Compliance Pundit Michael Rasmussen explores the inherent risks in leaving this problem unchecked and offers:
- Advice about how to incorporate respect for copyright into your compliance program
- Solutions for safeguarding your organization against copyright infringement
- Tips on how to reap the benefits of compliance
You can also listen to a podcast in which Mr. Rasmussen discusses his thoughts on corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the role it should play in a corporation and its culture.