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Do Ethical Companies Have a Hiring Edge?

Posted on: March 15th, 2010 | Category: Employee Relations, Our Blog

integrity-clockEmployees care more about their company’s ethical practices than you might think. According to recent information reported at Human Capital Institute, “82 percent of employees surveyed said they would be willing to be paid less if it meant they were working for a company with ethical business practices.”

“It’s more than OK to remind your employees and potential new hires of your company’s ethical code of conduct, in a positive way,” says hireVision Group, Inc., president Tina Hamilton. “This is a selling point from within your business, because good people value good moral conduct by their bosses and places of employment.”

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