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Novation on The Value of Benchmarking

Holland America on Continuous Improvement

Juniper Networks on Confronting and Conquering the Unknown

Aflac Incorporated on How Ethical Practices Reflect on the Business

Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Ethics is About Transparency

Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Business Practices

Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Corporate Culture

Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Ethics at the Forefront

Massachusetts Mutual on The Importance of Trust

Marriott International, Inc. on Being a Good – and not Just a Successful – Company

Marriott International, Inc. on The Connection Between  Compliance and Ethics

Cleveland Clinic on The Current Challenges For Healthcare Companies

Realogy Holdings Corporation on Attracting the Best Talent

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina on Proving Your Company is Trustworthy

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina on Allowing Customers to Experience Your Mission and Values


“The bar raises every year in terms of how you’re managing your compliance programs, how you’re comparing with other companies and how they do business. We actually view the award as a means of benchmarking ourselves.”

Jill Witter, Sr. Vice President, General Counsel and Ethics & Compliance Officer, Novation, 3x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Novation on The Value of Benchmarking

 

“The first year it was a surprise for us. The second year we worked a little harder. The third year we worked harder still. Every year we need to raise the bar.”

– Kelly Clark, Sr. Vice President, General Counsel & Chief Ethics Officer, Holland America and Seabourn Lines, 3x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Holland America on Continuous Improvement

 

 

– Laura Jacobus, Senior Director, Associate General Counsel, Ethics and Compliance/Legal Operations, Juniper Networks

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Juniper Networks on Confronting and Conquering the Unknown

 

 

“The first decision that a customer or prospective customer has to make is ‘Can I trust this company?’”

Jon Sullivan, Corporate Communications Manager, Aflac Incorporated, 8x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Aflac Incorporated on How Ethical Practices Reflect on the Business

 

Daniel Amos, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Aflac Incorporated, 8x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Ethics is About Transparency

 

Daniel Amos, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Aflac Incorporated, 8x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Business Practices

 

Daniel Amos, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Aflac Incorporated, 8x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Corporate Culture

 

Daniel Amos, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Aflac Incorporated, 8x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Aflac’s Daniel Amos on Ethics at the Forefront

 

“Winning World’s Most Ethical Company raises the bar from simple compliance to acting with ethics and integrity.”

Michelle St. John, Compliance Consultant, Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, First-time honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Massachusetts Mutual on The Importance of Trust

 

“This is a great validation that others recognize us for what we are – a good company, not just a successful company.”

– William Dempster, Sr. Vice President & Global Compliance Counsel, Marriott International, 7x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Marriott International, Inc. on Being a Good – and not Just a Successful – Company

 

“Legal and regulatory compliance is just one component of what an ethical company should be expected to deliver.”

William Dempster, Sr. Vice President & Global Compliance Counsel, Marriott International, 7x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Marriott International, Inc. on The Connection Between  Compliance and Ethics

 

“There are tremendous challenges in monitoring and auditing – and even in communicating – policies and directives when they are thousands of people interacting with customers and vendors.”

Don Sinko, Chief Integrity Officer, Cleveland Clinic, 4x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Cleveland Clinic on The Current Challenges For Healthcare Companies

 

“We need to take it down to an individual level through effective and constant communications, so it’s with the employees every day.”

– Elisabeth Gehringer, Sr. Vice President and Chief Ethics & Compliance Officer, Realogy Holdings Corporation, 3x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Realogy Holdings Corporation on Attracting the Best Talent

 

“It sets us apart from our competition and from all the information that’s available publicly in the marketplace.”

Tricia Gwinn, Assistant Counsel, BlueCross and BlueShield of North Carolina, 3x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina on Proving Your Company is Trustworthy

 

“We believe that our customers need to experience what our mission and values are, and that has to permeate through everything that we do.  And that commitment has to reach out through every aspect of our workflow and process.”

– Tricia Gwinn, Assistant Counsel, BlueCross and BlueShield of North Carolina, 3x honoree World’s Most Ethical Company

World’s Most Ethical Companies® | Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina on Allowing Customers to Experience Your Mission and Values