Monday, November 12, 2012

Naughty workers get away with bad behaviour

Companies talk big about their values, but do they follow through with action? It seems most employees think their less-ethical colleagues are getting away with bad behaviour.

A study from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD)showed that 40% of employees said “individuals whose behaviour consistently goes against the values of the organisations they work for are either left unpunished or are rewarded or promoted”.

Only a third (33%) of those asked said that individuals were reprimanded for consistent rule breaking, indicating that employers are not doing enough to ensure that their business values are being upheld.

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