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A recent ruling by the U.K. Financial Conduct Authority to ban three individuals from the financial services industry for out-of-work misconduct is part of a broader push by regulators to crack down on matters related to culture, writes Martin Woods.
Earlier this week, bicameral legislation, the Sunlight in Workplace Harassment Act, was filed. It would require publicly-traded companies to disclose workplace harassment and discrimination settlements.
Tom Tropp addresses the fine line that separates harsh managerial behavior from outright harassment. Send your ethical dilemmas to firstname.lastname@example.org.