The Path To A Stable Reporting Culture For Life Sciences Cos.

By Gary Giampetruzzi, Thomas Hauser and Jenny Pu (January 2, 2020, 5:40 PM EST) -- As the people on the frontlines of medical research, sales promotions, human resources and everything in between, employees of life sciences companies are privy to critical insights that go far beyond a company's intellectual property. Employees often observe firsthand or hear about potential misconduct and legal violations the C-suite simply cannot see or access.

If employees do not share this information, companies of any size can land in jeopardy, facing the costs of reputational damage, stunted business growth and even legal action. Indeed, in April 2019, the U.S. Department of Justice, widely regarded as the leading enforcement authority in the international...

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