Employees are not willing to raise concerns about misconduct according to research from the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE).
New research reveals that 45% of employees are unwilling to raise concerns about misconduct in the workplace.
The IBE's Ethics at Work Survey found that 36% of UK employees said their line manager rewarded good results even if ethically questionable practices were used. However, 71% of those surveyed said their line manager sets a good example.
Eight percent of UK workers surveyed felt pressured to compromise their current employer's standards of ethical conduct, with time pressures cited as the most common reason.
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