ERC Fellows Working Groups
The ERC Fellows Program Supports five active working groups to conduct collaborative research and practical work products, including: white papers, interviews, surveys, templates, and literature reviews.
- The Evolution of the CECO Role
- Social Networking & Ethics
- International Culture Integration
- Workplace Retaliation
- Procedural Justice
An investigation of the evolving nature of the CECO role and whether, in the 5 years since its publication, the vision laid out in ERC’s publication Leading Corporate Integrity: Defining the role of the CECO has been fulfilled, neglected, or rendered obsolete.
Social Networking & Ethics
How ethics and compliance programs should integrate social networking technologies in an effort to positively influence ethical culture and behavior. In addition this project will investigate the dynamics of existing social networks to enhance ethics & compliance programs.
International Culture Integration
Synthesizing multiple reports on the cultural, behavorial, and regulatory challenges that face companies attempting to implement ethics and compliance programs overseas.
The Procedural Justice group is currently conducting a study of complaint management procedures, through a survey given to employees who use their company’s hotline to file a complaint.
For an in-depth look at the ERC Fellows Program and its accomplishments over the last decade, you can review the 10th Anniversary Publication: Transforming Organizational Culture Through the Knowledge and Practice of Ethics.