Do you think the time has come when companies no longer need paper versions of their codes of conduct? Is it now enough to have the code only be online, and not in paper form? Certainly an online code allows you to do many good things, like having links to other sources.
I heard one company compliance person report that his online code has links to video snippets of senior executives discussing each of the company’s values. Do you think that is enough, or will there still be groups or occasions that call for a printed code?
Cheers, Joe Murphy, CCEP
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