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Harvard Business Review: How common is unethical Behavior in U.S. organisations?

An article co-authored by Dr Jochen Menges discusses unethical behaviour in the workplace and how to prevent it. The article says it’s important to prevent the fear of speaking up: “The fact that close to one in four employees across the nation feel pressured to act unethically and are afraid of speaking up means that many businesses might sit on a ticking time bomb,” it says. “While the unethical actions of their employees may go undiscovered for some time, the risk inherent in those actions for the business and its leaders is explosive. And that is something that should keep leaders awake at night.”

Read the full article [hbr.org]