Amid rising employee activism, should employment lawyers act as agents of change?
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Agents of change
John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor
John van der Luit-Drummond, Editor

From the war in Ukraine and climate change to abortion, gender, and LGBTQ+ rights, employees are increasingly looking to organisational leadership to take a stand on issues important to them. But should employers, and their lawyers, be agents of societal change or are the risks just too great?

That was one of the questions a panel of experts was asked to consider at a workshop on corporate social responsibility and employee activism during this month’s IBA conference in Madrid.


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