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The majority of ceos blame unethical employee conduct on: the breakdown of traditional religious institutions a failure of leadership to establish ethical standards the increase in lawsuits used to avoid personal responsibility the nation's business schools that tolerate unethical behavior in students

Carlton Burgess

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Ralph Lopez on September 16, 2018

I think the answer is: a lack of leadership to establish ethical standards Because most of the employees have an inept fear of being fired if they do not comply, The majority of CEOs believe that the directors of the company has the total control in the determination of the ethical standards that must be maintained by the employees.

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