The bi-annual survey, which surveyed more than 300 companies worldwide, also found a marked increase in the number of companies claiming to have lost business due to competitors acting unethically
- from 10% in the 2009 study to 40% today.
In the process they acted unethically
, and trampled over their other stakeholder groups (customers, government, media, financial analysts).
But lawyers or law firms unethically
gaming the system almost jeopardized health care for all 55,000 Putnam County residents.
More than 40 percent of teens admitted they might act unethically
if instructed by their boss, and more than a third of teens would likely lie to their boss to cover up a mistake they made at work.
Mumbai: A medical expert has criticised the government for unethically
popularising the brand name Tamiflu, an antiviral drug used to treat Swine flu.
A CPM also has a duty to companies or employers for whom he or she has worked and pledges not to unethically
solicit customers or clients.
In today's world, that same kind of prohibition has been codified into law to protect the intellectual property rights of those who create the content that is recorded on computer files from being unethically
and unlawfully distributed without the express consent of those who own that file content.
James Beyers, a Midwest regional representative for Voice of the Faithful, said Morlino's alleged effort to get Phoenix Fundraising to act unethically
In this interview, he tells why we don't accurately assess our ethicality and why the nature of decision making can force executives to behave unethically
If we didn't have someone that acted unethically
, we wouldn't be in this position," he added.
An employee frequently receives pressure from the management to behave unethically
or to obtain profitable business at any cost, which may include the use of any possible dirty tricks.
And conversely, if they don't know what is right or have bad character they are more likely to behave unethically