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Recent Surveys on Business Ethics

Read the IBE's summary of the latest surveys on business ethics.

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Financial Services Culture Board - 2021 FSCB Employee Survey

The FSCB surveyed over 45,000 employees to understand their views on the following 9 characteristics: honesty, respect, openness, accountability, competence, reliability, resilience, responsiveness, and shared purpose. The IBE has picked out some key findings that are directly relevant to business ethics.

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The Employees' Voice: ethics at work 2021

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New Ways of Working

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The Complexity of Trust: PwC’s Trust in US Business Survey

In order to explore key themes around trust, PwC conducted this research surveying business leaders, employees and consumers. The survey sought to provide actionable information about leaders’, employees’, and consumers’ priorities in order to enable the maximisation of trust.

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Stakeholder Engagement: values, business culture and society

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The Ethics Study 2021 - Principia

This study, conducted by Principia in conjunction with Clifford Chance, the International Chamber of Commerce, GlobeScan, INvolve, and the Institute of Business Ethics, was designed to provide insights into how organisations are reacting to new ethical challenges and gauge leaders’ views on how best to build an ethical culture.

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Trust – business filling the void?

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Trends and Innovation in Effective Ethics Training – IBE Good Practice Guide Launch Event

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Small budget, big impact: tackling ethical challenges effectively

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Business Ethics in Britain - YouGov

YouGov conducted this study to gauge the attitudes of the British public to business ethics and how these perceptions influence the behaviour of consumers and businesses alike. The paper compares results from a representative sample and a group of influential 'catalysts'.

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Workplace Dignity - Willis Towers Watson

Willis Towers Watson conducted this survey with the charity Robert F Kennedy Human Rights with the aim of measuring the perspectives of senior leaders engaged in aspects of building sustainable human capital strategies and healthy company cultures while improving organisational performance.

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Dilemma: Recycling

This dilemma addresses issues of conflicts of interest, environmental responsibility and duty of confidentiality.

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Dilemma: Delivery dates

This dilemma addresses issues of workplace pressures, delivery of work and reputation.

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Dilemma: Stressed

This dilemma addresses the issues of fraud and false accounting.

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Why having a supportive ethical culture matters to employee wellbeing

We’ve just celebrated Mental Health Awareness Week and with estimates suggesting that nearly 13% of all sickness absence days in the UK can be attributed to mental health issues, more organisations are becoming aware of the need to support psychological as well as physical safety.

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What do employees want to speak up about?

"If Liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear,” wrote George Orwell in the original preface to Animal Farm. This is, in essence, what speaking up about ethical misconduct in the workplace is also about. 

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Changing attitudes to business - why millennials matter

Millennials have been a recurring theme in recent surveys on business ethics issues and they continue to have an impact on the business ethics agenda.

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Stop Press - trust in business on the rise

At the Institute of Business Ethics, we have some cautious good news. Public trust in British business is at its highest level in 15 years.

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