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In brief

In a briefing published by Regulatory Intelligence, Annabel Mackay and Samantha Pickett explain the importance of cultivating an ethical culture from a financial regulatory, employment law and employee engagement perspective, and suggest how leaders can use communication strategies to do so.

Key Takeaways

  • A combination of factors, including the war for talent, changing employee expectations about work and a string of high-profile incidents have brought the subject of an ethical organisational culture to the top of the business agenda. Research suggests that 60% of individuals will choose a place to work based on their beliefs and values.
  • Culture is an area of focus for the Financial Conduct Authority, while the Equality and Human Rights Commission has taken action to ensure employers take remedial action where tribunal claims reveal cultural failings.
  • This briefing was first published by Thomson Reuters Regulatory Intelligence.

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Annabel Mackay has extensive experience of advising employers and employees on a range of complex employment issues.
She has been ranked in Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners since 2015.
Chambers & Partners 2019 report that clients describe Annabel as: "supremely impressive and technically brilliant while also being commercially astute and incredibly bright."


Samantha Pickett is an Internal Communications Manager in Baker McKenzie, London office.


Rachel Farr is a Senior Knowledge Lawyer in Baker McKenzie, London office.

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