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Fostering Ethical Conduct Through Psychological Safety

New research finds that reporting on unethical conduct in the workplace is linked to employees’ degree of psychological safety. Those with lower scores on a measure of psychological safety were less likely to report unethical behavior through effective channels — but were also more likely to observe more instances of unethical behavior. The authors argue that a healthy organizational culture is one in which speaking up and listening go hand in hand and thereby reinforce ethical standards.

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