Session on ‘Corporate Ethics’ by Vikas Shirodkar, Vice President HR, General Motors at Pune


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PUNE: India Society for Training and Development-Pune Chapter and Novel Institute of Management Studies, Chinchwad are organizing a session of ‘ Corporate Ethics’ on Friday, 21 February 2013 at 6.00 pm onwards at Novel Institute of Management Studies, Beside Bird Valley, Opp. Rudra Hotel, Near Thermax Chowk, Sambhaji Nagar, Chinchwad, Pune 411 019. Vikas Shirodkar (VicePresident HR, General Motors) is invited at Eminent Speaker for the session.

Vikas ShirodkarCorporate ethics is used to describe ethical practices and policies used in business. This means that a company that practices corporate ethics follows government rules and regulations, treats employees fairly and is a good citizen by giving back to the community where the business located. Corporate ethics give companies a guide to measure what is right and wrong. Corporate ethics was created to hold companies accountable for their behavior. Maintaining a standard of corporate ethics can be beneficial to a company’s image.

To participate, Interested professionals can contact to Prof Janhavi Patwardhan  at

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