Maximizing Integrity at Key Career Moments

via CEB
August 24th, 2012

In his Corporate Executive Board blog, Abbott Martin reports that ethical breaches spike during organizational changes that have a material impact on an employees' roles or compensation. More than 80 percent of employees experience one such event each year.

According to research, spending a single hour with an employee during a key career moment, when both the risk of misconduct and receptivity to training is heightened, can have a much bigger impact on behavior than cyclical training.

Have you noticed that after an organizational change there is more employee misconduct?

Channel(s): Workplace Culture, Ethics
Media: Research
Tags: career