Amanda Lennon outlines lessons on corporate culture from the Ikea privacy invasion casePosted: 12 Jul 2021
In an opinion piece for leading industry publication International Employment Lawyer, Employment Partner Amanda Lennon describes what employers can learn from the case of Ikea France, which has been fined €1.1m after being found guilty of spying on its employees.
The case provides salutary lessons around background checking, corporate governance, and ensuring a corporate culture is demonstrated in practice across a business.
Amanda writes: "This case shows how crucial it is for a business, particularly an international one with multiple business units, to ensure its culture and values are recognised, accepted, and embedded in every corner of the company."
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