Fostering employee trust is a critical component of any stakeholder governance framework focused on sustainable long-term business success. Increasing digitalization of workplace functions and emerging technologies require organizations fully to understand the risks and opportunities that this brings, particularly in relation to employee trust. We have recently published the sixth board paper in the Trust Continuum series: Leveraging Technology to Promote Employee Trust. This report examines the inherent value of employee trust to businesses, risks around emerging workplace technologies, key tenets around responsible technology deployment, and how organizations can leverage technology as a vehicle for building trust.

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Ben works with clients on matters involving the cross-over space of media, IP and technology. His practice has a particular focus on artificial intelligence, data protection, copyright and technology disputes. He has a particular expertise in intermediary liability issues.

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Beatriz Pessôa de Araújo is a partner based in Baker McKenzie's London office. Her practice has focused on corporate governance best practices, including board advisory, director duties, stakeholder governance and subsidiary governance, for both UK companies as well as global groups.

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Roderick is a senior associate within the Employment Law team. He provides general advice in the field of employment law as well as employment law litigation.

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