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The eighth National Business Ethics Survey (NBES) reveals that workplace misconduct is at an historic low, having steadily and significantly declined since 2007.
The report shows that 41 percent of over 6,400 workers surveyed said they have observed misconduct on the job, down from 55 percent in 2007. In addition, the report found that fewer employees felt pressure to compromise their standards, down to nine percent from 13 percent in 2011. Download report.
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.
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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...
The National Business Ethics Survey of the U.S. Workplace. Research released by the Ethics Resource Center reveals substantial good news about the state of ethics in American workplaces. Observed misconduct is down for the third report in a row and is now at a historic low; the decline in misconduct is widespread; and the percentage of workers who said they felt pressure to compromise standards also fell substantially.
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