On November 11, the 3° Meeting on Business Ethics took place. Held by Espaço Ética, the event brings together expert and academic executives to present different perspectives on the subject.
The 3rd edition of the event was attended by philosopher and psychologist Viviane Mosé, former coach and commentator Muricy Ramalho, chef and businesswoman Paola Carosella, professor and writer Christopher Phillips and philosopher Vladimir Safatle.
Alex Medeiros, Executive Manager of Risks, Internal Audit, Corporate Security and Compliance at MRV7CO was invited to the round table, together with Heloísa Macari, Executive Director of ICTS Protiviti, Fernanda Fleider, CEO of ICTS Protiviti, Guilherme Cavalieri Superintendent of HR at A. C. Camargo Cancer Center and President of ABRH/SP and André Iasi, CEO of Estapar, where ethical, philosophical, compliance and other issues that directly interfere in our daily lives were discussed.
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