The AMP controversy proves it: companies will not remove accused harassers until the share price plummets.
Is it enough for leaders to fall on their swords following sexual harassment cases? Or does the shake-up just clear the decks for more ambitious leaders?
AMP has destroyed billions in shareholder wealth over two decades of boardroom and executive incompetence and misconduct. When will the business community stop complaining about everyone else and fix its own problems?
Employees are being pressured and silenced under AMP's 'whatever it takes' culture, experts and whistleblowers say.
The problem at AMP was always much bigger than one person. The question now is whether the company is capable of genuine change
From Washington to Pyongyang to AMP, it's been a good 24 hours for female empowerment.
AMP has reaffirmed its status as Australia's number one board coup company, and it's likely that more heads will roll.
There is no longer any political tolerance of companies that indulge sexual harassment.
ASIC has confirmed it is no longer investigating Brenner over her role in the allegations arising out of the banking royal commission. But her part in the ultimate demise of AMP should not be forgotten.