Ethics Training Takes Hold

Not long ago, ethics training was the exception rather than the rule in corporate America. Now, the majority of companies — 69 percent compared to just 37 percent in 1994, according to the Ethics Resource Center, Washington, D.C. — delivers this kind of training to employees.

The increase is primarily due to more small companies (those with fewer than 10,000 employees) establishing ethics training programs, says Patricia Harned, ERC president. Most large companies — particularly publi

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