Sandra Paul speaks on BBC Radio 4 Today programme about workplace cultures and clarity around acceptable behaviour

4 December 2018

Sandra Paul, partner in criminal litigation, was interviewed on BBC Radio 4's Today programme on 3 December 2018, in which she discussed corporate cultures and the importance of achieving clarity over what constitutes acceptable workplace behaviour.
 

Click HERE to listen to the programme (Sandra's interview begins at 1:53:00).

Sandra was also mentioned in a related article on Yahoo! Style - Ted Baker Staff Complain Of "Forced Hugging" & Touching At Work:

To combat the lack of clarity over what constitutes acceptable workplace behaviour, Sandra Paul, defence litigator and partner at law firm Kingsley Napley, said companies need clear policies that are clearly communicated, so that "everybody has a common understanding about what the expectations are – what's okay and what's not," she told Radio 4's Today, adding that people should "have a right to be safe in their work environment".

Paul said that the rules should apply to staff throughout the organisation, regardless of their standing, as employees often feel pressured not to make allegations against company founders and/or CEOs, particularly dominant individuals.

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