Scientists associated problems at work with adultery
People who commit misconduct at work often cheat on their spouses.
This is evidenced by the results of a study published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
Researchers studied profiles of people of various professions at Ashley Madison Agency, Canadian online dating service for people who are married or in a relationship. And then checked them for disciplinary offenses.
It turned out that those who committed professional offenses were twice as likely to pay the bill on a dating site for married people.
“Our findings suggest that personal and professional lives are connected and cut against the common view that ethics are predominantly situational. This supports the classical view that virtues such as honesty and integrity influence a person’s thoughts and actions across diverse contexts and has potentially important implications for corporate recruiting and codes of conduct. A possible implication of our findings is that the recent focus on eliminating sexual misconduct in the workplace may have the auxiliary effect of reducing fraudulent workplace activity.”
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