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    The Keys to the Castle: How Employee Reporting Can Help Your ESG Program

    - by Vault Platform

    While defined by the “E”, “S” and “G”, ESG represents so much more than the sum of its parts. ESG is, at its core, a recognition of who you are as a company, whom you serve and do business with, how you operate, how you create value, and how you minimize risk. It’s how, as organisations, we will get better.

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    Creating an unrivaled customer experience at Vault Platform

    - by Tori Reichman

    Last week we were thrilled to announce our Series A funding round led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused fund. Not only was this a significant milestone for the business, but it also validated the growing recognition that every company in the world must take note of the increasing regulatory and social pressures to become more ethical. More on this here. 

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    What’s next for Vault Platform: Pioneering the future of workplace integrity & ethics technology

    - by Neta Meidav

    This week we are thrilled to announce our latest funding round, led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s AI-focused fund. As we’re about to embark on a new stage of growth, this is a great opportunity to take stock of what we have learnt, achieved and built to date, and where Vault Platform is heading next. 

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    ESG as an opportunity for Ethics & Compliance 

    - by James Middleton

    An ECI Working Group on ESG, which Vault Platform has participated in, released its own whitepaper this week, A Guide to ESG: What Ethics & Compliance Professionals Need to Know About the Rise in ESG Investing and How It May Impact Their Work.

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    Solving for gender disparity in the hybrid workforce 

    - by James Middleton

    The term ‘hybrid workforce’ has appeared in reference to the likely reality that some portion of the workforce will still be virtual at any given time and there are valid concerns that if there is any choice in the matter businesses could see a gender disparity as men are more likely to return to the physical office than women. 

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    As economic pressures rise, so does misconduct 

    - by Vault Platform

    In 2020, 29% of employees felt pressure to compromise on business ethics to maintain or improve performance. This is up from 20% in 2019 and 22% in 2015 and is believed to be largely due to the economic impact of Covid. 

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    Choosing to challenge inequality in STEM

    - by James Middleton

    For International Women’s Day 2021, we spoke to Dee Olomajeye, Head of People at Senti Bio, a San Francisco-based technology-driven therapeutics company focused on the next generation of medicine. Senti Bio recently launched Vault Platform to ensure its employees have a safe space to speak up about all forms of workplace misconduct such as discrimination and any kind of unethical behavior.

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    The urgency around ethics and compliance effectiveness

    - by James Middleton

    Organizations with a presence in the US are being urged to get their compliance house in order in anticipation of a crackdown on corporate ethics and compliance violations by the Biden Administration. 

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    Whistleblowers are a golden opportunity

    - by Vault Platform

    “Whistleblowers are likely to be loyal employees, passionate about high standards, who go outside their organisation as a last resort when nobody takes them seriously. They aren’t defiant troublemakers; they’re disappointed believers.”

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    ECI report identifies key ethics challenges in remote work environments

    - by James Middleton

    The Working Group survey responses also indicate that two areas highly impacted by a shift to remote working are lowered employee engagement due to competing work-life priorities (16%) and decreased transparency of remote activities (11%), both of which can impact an organization’s speak up culture.