Ethical Housekeeping

Ethical Insights on why your business needs HouseRules

Taking a glimpse at common challenges in business

Your regular check-in to stay on the ball

See how HouseRules can be a better solution

The HouseRules examines a business through three critical lenses:


The guidelines that reflect legal, regulatory and values-based requirements. We review existing policies and procedures to identify gaps or areas of improvement. The goal is to craft “living” documents that can evolve with industry best practices.

Internal Community

How leadership teams build a collaborative, interdependent culture focused on the company’s purpose. Together we facilitate building trust, effective communication flows, and meaningful employee engagement.


Ensuring the balance of operations aligns with stated values to build integrity and accountability at all levels. This impacts everything from company policies to vendor relationships and public transparency.

Ethical Insights provides real examples of how the HouseRules methodology can support businesses determined to offer a difference from the norm:

  • review and refine their rulebooks
  • to reduce risk,
  • improve efficiency, and
  • stay competitive.

Here the case studies are from across industries and perspectives leveraging decades of cross-industry experience.

You’ll get insights on elevating your policies around the work environment and flexibility, updating hiring practices to attract the right talent, ideas for innovating stale corporate cultures, and other emerging issues at the intersection of business operations, ethics and human relationships.

Ethical Insights Are a Holistic Approach Introducing "HouseRules"

The purpose of CAS Ltd is to inform and make possible the  small practical changes. In revealing how a holistic approach to “rules of the house” can transform teams, management and the entire entire business in the way it interacts with others.  There’s an understanding that’s so simple yet it elevates your business from others.  More importantly, you gain a clarity that you can apply to your business.

Your feedback is welcomed and a crucial input as we collectively navigate this journey to build the business you envision.

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Best Practice When A Policy Collides
The Risks of Stagnant Policies Some businesses allow policies to become stagnant daily habits without adaptation. However, maintaining peak performance requires ongoing effort to align with industry best...
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Re-energise Your Work Culture
If you’re thinking about how to re-energise your work culture and increase productivity amongst the team. Before resorting to temporary morale boosters, let’s look at the business HouseRules...
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Abandon Standard Remote Work Policies
The Pitfalls of Standard Remote Work Policies Trust me, you will want to abandon standard remote work policies after reading this insight. As the flexible working trends continue, the latest is for individuals...
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Those Who Know Better Should Do Better - Is Your Team Ignoring Policy Gaps?
“Those who know better should do better.” However, exercising compassion and reason is not always at the forefront of the minds of those in charge. CAS Ltd is not only about having your HouseRules...
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Finally: The Signs of Change in Work Culture
What a difference a week makes. And the revelations of the last six days will take several moments for the world of business to absorb signs of potential work culture change. Yes, I’m referring to...

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