Business Ethics Survey: A perspective from the retail industry
Journal of Developments in Business Simulation and Experiential Learning
There is an increasing demand on corporations to develop and conduct various awareness ethical programs for their employees. These programs educate associates to become more effective, efficient, and valuable individuals, not only to the company, but to the community as well. Ethical training programs and corporate emphasis on fairness and morality are important elements of a successful campaign aimed at increasing ethical awareness and behavior in the workplace. A survey of 602 individuals from the retail industry in a Fortune Five Hundred company, shows that today people are better prepared to deal with ethical issues and are less tolerant of questionable practices in their firms.
Mujtaba, Bahaudin, "Business Ethics Survey: A perspective from the retail industry" (1997). HCBE Faculty Articles. 364.