Survey Finds Reduced Workplace Misconduct in U.S.

TitleSurvey Finds Reduced Workplace Misconduct in U.S.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2014
AuthorsEttinger, J
JournalProfessional Ethics Report
Volume27
Issue1
Pagination5-6
Publication LanguageEnglish
AbstractA survey released in early February by the Ethics Resource Center (ERC) found a drop in workplace misconduct in the United States [1]. According to the 2013 National Business Ethics Survey (NBES), 41 percent of employees observed workplace misconduct, down from 55 percent in 2007. The survey asked participants about 28 types of workplace misconduct, including abusive behavior, discrimination, lying and sexual harassment. Additionally, the study found that 9 percent of employees felt pressure to compromise their ethical standards, compared to 13 percent in 2011. This was the eighth installment of the NBES.
URLhttp://www.aaas.org/news/survey-finds-reduced-workplace-misconduct-us

Discipline: 

Subject: 

Publication: