Nearly a third (29.4 per cent) admit to regularly ditching ethics in the workplace, compared to just 13.3 per cent of staff in more junior positions, according to a study by the Chartered Management Institute (CMI). When quizzed, managers are most likely to put behaving unethically down to job progression being more important than behaving morally (cited by 41.2 per cent).
UK Managers Ditch Workplace Ethics to Get Ahead
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