India's Most Ethical Companies Awards

Overview

Ethics, also known as moral philosophy, is a branch of philosophy that involves systematizing, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct. The India's Most Ethical Companies (4th Edition) is a humble initiative, mainly aims to recognizing Companies and people whose behaviour in a socially responsible manner is much more likely to enjoy ultimate success than those whose actions are motivated solely by profits. Knowing the difference between right and wrong and choosing what is right is the foundation for ethical decision making. In many cases, doing the right thing often leads to the greatest financial, social, and personal rewards in the long run.


Criteria

The India Most Ethical Companies Awards recognizes organizations that understand the importance that permeates throughout an entire community of employees, customers, investors and the public at large when words about ethics, compliance and good governance are translated into action also those organizations that have had a material impact on the way business is conducted by fostering a culture of ethics and transparency at every level of an organization.


Who should attend?

  • Corporate Responsibility/Governance Executives
  • Corporate Communications/Public Relations Executives
  • Corporate Community Relations Executives
  • Environmental Compliance Executives
  • Government/Public Affairs Executives
  • Corporate Risk Management Executives
  • Others who will advantage from this conference include

  • Corporate
  • Senior VPs, Executive VPs and VPs
  • Service Providers
  • NGOs and Governmental Agencies, Academic and Research Institutions
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  • Criteria For Participation :
  • On the application itself, you must send us a write-up of 2700 words gand we strongly encourage you to provide supporting documentation to substantiate your responses. The documentation we encourage to provide typically includes the type that is not easily obtainable from the public domain. This may include the documents concerning your compliance and ethics program, such as policy samples, a recent example of a training and communication plan, sample of training and/or communication materials, program reports, copies of Board minutes, conflict of interest certification form, high level org chart showing reporting lines, etc. Companies may redact information from these documents where appropriate.
  • Eligibility :
  • Process involves a more in-depth examination of the organization's Ethics Program, as well as organizational and leadership culture, governance systems and corporate citizenship efforts.
    Entries once sent cannot be withdrawn under any circumstances. The Organizers reserve a right to alter or change the program design without assigning any reason whatsoever.


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