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NEW: NBES of the Construction Industry
Gauging Industry Practices & Identifying Ethics Challenges
U.S. Construction Industry employees are more at risk for facing workplace ethics issues, but they are also more willing to blow the whistle on misconduct than employees in other industries. Download report.
This study investigates how social networking is affecting the way work gets done, reshaping relationships among workers at all levels of an organization, and altering attitudes about the type of conduct that is acceptable in the workplace. Download report.
Recent Supplemental Reports from the 2011 NBES:
Generational Differences in Workplace Ethics. Download report.
Retaliation: When Whistleblowers Become Victims. Download report.
Inside the Mind of a Whistleblower. Download report.
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ERC's National Business Ethics Survey is made possible by contributions from businesses, foundations and individuals. You can help us continue this important research by contributing to the NBES project. Please support us by making a donation. Donate Today!
Blowing The Whistle On Workplace Misconduct
The whistleblower provisions in the Dodd-Frank Act raise a host of new questions for business leaders. Download the FREE report.
From the President's Blog...
How Much Time Are Your Employees Spending on Social Media While At Work?
A growing number of workers are getting paid for time spent on personal interests. Nearly 75% of employees spend some of their time during the workday on social media with nearly 30% saying they spend an hour or more.
Airing company linen in public. Over half of social media users are commenting on co-workers, managers, work projects and news stories regarding their company.
Tom Henricks from The Newport Board Group, Former NASA Astronaut and Former CEO of Aviation Week speaks to the ERC Fellows
On July 10th and 11th, the ERC Fellows met in Arlington, VA for our July 2013 meeting. Over the course of two days, ethics and compliance practitioners and academics discussed issues pertaining to this session’s focus- Culture Change: What Strong Safety Programs Can Teach About Building Value-Centric Organizations.
The Fellows Program brings together senior ethics professionals from the worlds of business, government, nonprofits and academia to share insights and advance the cause of ethical leadership.
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ERC President Pat Harned launches new blog; she welcomes discussion on ethics issues facing American workers and executives. Check out the blog!
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