A million UK managers working unethically

A million UK managers working unethically

Almost a million UK managers are working in a way they feel is unethical to get ahead in the workplace, research shows.

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Comments (1)

  • Andrew Holland
    Andrew Holland
    Thu, 26 Sep 2013 1:10pm BST
    ...so true - which is exactly why we have developed a training programme 'business ethics for communications and HR professionals', to help these key groups understand how to enagege the wider employee base on the challenging topic of ethics. Do contact me on ([email protected]) for more information if interested.

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