Tag Archives: Ethics Resource Center

Some Good News and Bad News From The Ethics Resource Center’s 2011 National Business Ethics Survey

Some Good News and Bad News From The Ethics Resource Center’s 2011 National Business Ethics Survey

The Ethics Resource Center recently released the results of their 2011 National Business Ethics Survey. Long term readers of this blog and my Weekly Ethics Thought will know that I am always impressed with their research methods and clarity of reporting. This year’s study is no different in that regard.
While, as always, I heartily recommend downloading a copy for closer personal review, here – with a little added editorializing – are the key points from their executive summary in the meantime:

Great Research (And Some Good News) From The Ethics Resource Center

Great Research (And Some Good News) From The Ethics Resource Center

The Ethics Resource Center’s 2009 findings on ethics in the private sector workplace show a number of surprising, positive changes when compared to two years ago. However, the numbers remain frightening and even the positive changes may prove to be transient unless a continued focus is placed on effective ethics and values training in both the private and public sectors.