Survey to provide insight into the 'state-of-ethics' in SA

The Anti-intimidation and Ethical Practices Forum (AEPF) has recently launched their first Ethics Perceptions Survey. This survey is designed to measure the perceptions of professionals regarding ethics in South African society, professions, and organisations.

The Ethics Institute

10 May 2017

 

Survey to provide insight into the 'state-of-ethics' in SA

 

The Anti-intimidation and Ethical Practices Forum (AEPF) has recently launched their first Ethics Perceptions Survey. This survey is designed to measure the perceptions of professionals regarding ethics in South African society, professions, and organisations. More importantly, this survey also endeavours to measure perceptions and preferences professionals hold regarding the reporting of unethical behaviour (whistleblowing).

The results of the survey will aim to provide insight into the 'state-of-ethics' in South African organisations and professions. “Additionally, as this survey is the first of its kind, we hope that interesting insights can be garnered about ethics amongst professionals, which can be benchmarked annually,” says Professor Deon Rossouw, CEO of The Ethics Institute (TEI). The Ethics Institute is one the founding members of the AEPF.

Results of the survey will be made public at The Ethics Institute’s 7th Annual Conference that will be held at Gallagher Estate on the 15th of May 2017. For more information about the conference, visit http://bit.ly/EthicsConf2017.

To complete the survey, visit http://bit.ly/AEPFSurvey.  Results will remain strictly confidential and no identifying information is required to complete the survey. All results will be collated and administrated by TEI.

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About the Anti-intimidation and Ethical Practices Forum (AEPF)

This organisation consist of various professional associations that play a role in the governance sphere. The objective of the AEPF is to assist professionals in certain fields who are being intimidated for exposing corruption and unethical practices in the workplace.

For more information on the Anti-intimidation and Ethical Practices Forum (AEPF) please visit:

Website: http://www.aepf.co.za/

For more information on The Ethics Institute please visit:

Website: www.tei.org.za  

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