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Bad apples can spoil New Zealand's reputation, overseas expert says

Unethical behaviour not tolerated: "It will be rooted out, and it will be punished. It's best not to go there in the first place.”

Calida Smylie
Thu, 11 Jun 2015

New Zealand businesses must keep a lid on unethical behaviour before a few bad apples spoil the lot, an overseas expert says.

Although New Zealand generally has a good reputation for high ethical business standards, there are still problems that can impact a company’s reputation, says Philippa

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Calida Smylie
Thu, 11 Jun 2015
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