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WorkLife 2.0: Attitudes towards whistleblowing and the impact of the #MeToo movement

China, European Union, Hong Kong - February 22 2021 Although it began back in 2006, it was the breaking of the Harvey Weinstein scandal in 2017 that really propelled the #MeToo movement into global…

Holly Insley, Chantelle Nicholas.

WorkLife 2.0: A robot in control - should AI have a voice on the Board?

United Kingdom - January 19 2021 Artificial intelligence (AI) is ubiquitous in modern decision-making for both individuals and corporations. AI can be deployed by companies for…

Kathleen Healy, Holly Insley, David Mendel, Jenny Tholen.

Artificial intelligence and gender discrimination

USA - November 13 2020 What if an artificial intelligence (AI)-run recruiting programme rejects a female candidate for a senior management position because her CV states…

Ellen Iu, Daria Park.

Whistleblowing survey 2020: Impact of COVID-19

France, Germany, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, USA - November 3 2020 As part as of our on-going review of whistleblowing culture over the years we’ve gathered the views of over 2500 individuals in the UK, US, Hong Kong…

Stephanie Chiu, Holly Insley, Caroline Stroud.

Whistleblowing in the spotlight: why are managers in Hong Kong more likely to blow the whistle?

Germany, Hong Kong, United Kingdom, USA - October 15 2020 In a continuation of the exercise started in 2014, Freshfields has gathered the views of over 2,500 Respondents across 13 industries in the UK, US…

Stephanie Chiu.