The global COVID-19 pandemic and its rapid evolution has placed enormous pressure on organizations as they seek to adapt to the situation and communicate their response. It is crucial that boards and management collaborate to find the best way forward for the organization.
If your code of conduct isn’t a document you’re proud to share with your employees, customers, board and C-suite—or if your organization has recently had a big change (merger or acquisition, a change in leadership or other significant shift) that requires a code of conduct refresh—you have an opportunity to take your code of conduct from good to great.
Until employers start to prioritise information security, then the culture won't change and employers will continue to make mistakes. But if those mistakes do happen and data is breached, then employers need to be smart and act quickly to ensure the best possible defence is available.