Unethical employees OK as long as they perform

Unethical employees OK as long as they perform

Bosses are more likely to overlook their staff’s questionable morals if they are high performers, new research shows.

A Baylor University study published in Personnel Psychology titled "I Don't Want to be Near You, Unless…: The Interactive Effect of Unethical Behavior and Performance onto Workplace Ostracism" sought to identify why unethical work behaviours are sometimes accepted and sometimes rejected.

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