(C) Wolf G Kroner 2010 - Rüdiger ScheitzaNo Mercy with Violators of Corporate Compliance

September 2010. Is a corporate compliance policy waste paper? How is it enforced, if at all?  While companies are eager to publish their guidelines, many of them go by the board when when criminal misdemeanours of employees reach the public. B2Bioworld asked Dr Rüdiger Scheitza, Member of the Board Bayer CropScience was Labour Director and responsible for Strategy and Business Management until June 2013. In the interview he outlines how his company deals with corrupt people among its ranks in India, Brazil, or other countries. updated July 2013



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