BELA member Best Buy launched a new Code of Ethics in 2019. The code format incorporates many of the features leading organizations are using today – links to forms, videos, and policy resources, access to the reporting hotline, interactive navigation through the code, examples and definitions, and so on.  As great as these features are, it takes more than the right publishing format to create a code that is effective, aligned with an organization’s culture, and something that employees and stakeholders will read and use.

A link to Best Buy’s new code can be found here and check out the conversation with Best Buy’s Director of Global Compliance and Ethics, Bill Underwood, as he talks about the process they used to create this new Code of Ethics.

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