- November 12, 2010
The ERC Fellows Program, a select group of senior ethics professionals, meet twice a year to study and discuss issues that are likely to have a significant, lasting effect on business and the relationship between corporate America and the federal government. In light of events of the past two years, the ERC Fellows chose to delve into questions of government regulation and enforcement – their effectiveness and their limits. This paper grows out of those discussions.
- November 5, 2010
Participants will discover new tools for innovative, practical, implementation-oriented values-driven leadership development.
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- November 1, 2010
The United States Sentencing Commission issued amendments to the US Sentencing Guidelines that became effective November 1, 2010.
- October 28, 2010United Technologies Corp. and CEO Louis Chênevert Win ERC’s 2010 Pace Award for Leadership in Business EthicsOctober 21, 2010
Ethics In The Recession:
2009 National Business Ethics SurveyOctober 4, 2010
Arlington, VA – Women are more likely than men to report workplace misconduct that they witness, according to a new study conducted by the Ethics Resource Center.September 7, 2010
Study Shows Women Are More Likely to Step Up; Few Employees Use a Hotline
Arlington, VA – A new study released today by the Ethics Resource Center finds that when it comes to employees reporting misconduct on the job – an important measure of an ethical workplace culture – women and nonunion workers tend to get the gold star and that an immediate supervisor, not a hotline, is likely to be the go-to point of contact.August 2, 2010Retaliation – Whether Perceived or Real – Undermines Employees’ Commitment
Arlington, VA – Fear of retaliation for speaking up about ethical violations in the workplace not only affects whether workers are willing to report wrongdoing to management, it drives the level of misconduct itself, according to a new study released today by the Ethics Resource Center.July 20, 2010
"Thurgood Marshall Jr., a partner in the Washington law office of Bingham McCutchen, has been elected to the board of directors of the Ethics Resource Center, an independent nonprofit focused on ethics in the workplace."July 12, 2010
Arlington, VA – Thurgood Marshall, Jr., a Washington attorney and former senior White House aide, has been elected to the board of directors of the Ethics Resource Center, an independent, nonprofit research center focused on ethics in the workplace, the Center announced today.
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