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Thursday, April 10, 2014

Yes, business ethics can be measured

By Leanne Hoagland Smith
The Chicago Sun-Times
Originally posted March 22, 2014

Here is an excerpt:

There is documented research from organizations, such as Ethics Resource Center, Gallup and various universities measuring the impact of business ethics or lack thereof on everything from employee morale to the negative impact on workplace productivity. So the reluctance to avoid business ethics as a key metric or key performance indicator (KPI) is illogical.

This begs the question of, “How does one measure ethical behavior within the workplace without being viewed as judgmental or worse yet getting sued?”

The entire article is here.

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