UNETHICAL BEHAVIOUR CAN NEGATIVELY IMPACT ON ORGANISATIONAL SERVICE DELIVERY
Ethics in the workplace address ethical values applied in decision-making, conduct and the relationship between the organisation and its stakeholders and broader society.
The importance of ethical behaviour in the workplace talks to the following:
- Reputation (good)
- Stakeholder trust
- Investor confidence
- Discerning clients
- Attracting and retaining employees
Risks associated with unethical are not limited to:
- Loss due to fraud, theft or corruption
- Stakeholder alienation
- Staff dissatisfaction and uncertainty
Through all their liaison, LNW’s Board, management, staff and clients commit themselves to maintaining the highest standards of competence, integrity and ethical behaviour, thereby ensuring that the reputation of the organisation is irreproachable.
All stakeholders are requested to use our anti-fraud hotline to report any unethical behaviour by calling