The numbers game: Society’s impact on corporate ethics

Calvin London ( is the Founder & Principal Consultant for The Compliance Concierge in Perth, Western Australia.

Maybe it is just me or that level of skepticism you get as you get older, but it seems like society is becoming more unethical every day. Across the globe, dishonesty and unethical behavior is a widespread and common phenomenon. Reports of ethical misconduct in business, politics, sports, education, and medicine appear all too frequently. Politicians lying, police officers stealing, teachers abusing their students, someone has opened fire on a school, someone else has been seriously injured by a case of road rage, while others have their life savings embezzled from under their noses.

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