Duty of Care Series
In recent years, duty of care has arisen as a powerful imperative for organisational responsibility, but it has not yet received academic attention, and its conceptualisation is still in its infancy. This article series should be seen as an invitation to a professional debate regarding the responsibilities of employers’ provision of security for their employees.
A new article pertaining to particular aspects of duty of care will be published every month for one year.
Articles will be published on LinkedIn and on our website, and we encourage anyone with an interest to contribute and participate.
The following articles have currently been published in the Duty of Care Series:
If you have questions or comments, please contact Isha Pinto (email@example.com), Consultant at Guardian-srm, or Søren Bisgaard Vase (firstname.lastname@example.org), Head of Analysis at Guardian-srm.
+ Part I: Global risk society and duty of care
+ Part II: Corporate social responsibility and duty of care
+ Part III: The legal perspective on duty of care
+ Part IV: The moral perspective on duty of care
+ Part V: Organisational challenges
+ Part VI: Risk v. threats
+ Part VII: How far does your duty of care go?
+ Part VIII: Duty of care and risk communication
+ Part IX: Duty of care in action
+ Part X: Duty of care and security
+ Part XI: Isn’t insurance enough?