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St Helena : ST HELENA ETHICS AT WORK SURVEY REPORT PUBLISHED
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 31.07.2013 (Article Archived on 28.08.2013)

St Helena Government has today released the findings of the Ethics at Work Survey carried out for SHG by the UKs Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) from January to March 2013.





ST HELENA ETHICS AT WORK SURVEY REPORT
PUBLISHED



 



 St Helena Government has
today released the findings of the Ethics at Work Survey carried out for SHG by
the UKs Institute of Business Ethics (IBE) from January to March 2013.



 



SHG commissioned IBE to survey
attitudes to ethics at work on St Helena. The survey forms part of SHGs work
to strengthen good governance and provides baseline figures for SHG to improve
its ethical environment.



 



The survey was carried out
primarily for SHG but was also extended to larger private sector businesses and
civil society organisations. This allowed SHG to gain an overview of how ethics
are perceived at work across St Helena as a whole.



 



This is the first ethics survey
for St Helena and the results are invaluable for ensuring improvements are
targeted towards priority areas in the future. SHGs Ethics Working Group, who
managed the project, would like to extend their thanks to all those who took
the time to respond to the survey. The Group will now work to address issues
raised during the survey.



 



A summary of the Ethics at Work
Survey report (including a forward-looking SHG action plan) is attached to this
release. IBEs full report can be found on the SHG website under Publications.



SHG



30 July 2013



 

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