GoodCorporation commented on the CGMA survey on business ethics. The results of the survey showed that some progress had been made, with more ethics policies, training and hotlines in place.
However, despite these measures over a third of respondents felt under pressure to compromise ethical standards of behaviour.
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Posted June 2012
Independent NZ – October 2009 View the article in a new window (web page)
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