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ERC produces research that informs your work and advances the ethics and compliance field as a whole. ERC's latest contributions include:
- Saving the Company Comes at a Cost: The Relationship Between Belt-Tightening Tactics and Increased Employee MisconductFebruary 26, 2010DocumentIn order to address changing needs and to weather financial struggles, companies often have to make difficult decisions that impact employees’ lives at—and outside of—work. Companies use a variety of tactics (adjusted work schedules, layoffs, reductions in compensation and/or benefits, hiring freezes, early buyouts, production slowdowns, and plant closures1). Research conducted as a part of the 2009 National Business Ethics Survey2 reveals that all of these tactics are related to significant increases in the number of employees observing misconduct.
- November 18, 2009DocumentThe 2009 survey gauges the effects of the recession, the financial crisis and Washington’s response on ethics and compliance in the workplace. Plus, it tracks the trends in ethical conduct and culture that NBES readers rely on.
- September 14, 2009Document
- July 4, 2009Document
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