Building workplace integrity involves developing and maintaining a professional and respectful workplace. It involves ethical leadership, active management and supervision, the right people, effective processes and confident professional reporting.
In essence, building workplace integrity is about creating a workplace that fosters the development of high professional standards, and demonstrates the values of the organisation.
An ethical and professional workplace is the best safeguard against risks to integrity, including improper conduct, misconduct and corruption.
Managers and staff are responsible for the integrity of their workplaces. However, managers and supervisors play an important role in shaping the ethical health of a workplace, and setting the right tone for staff. They work closely with staff and manage their performance and development. Managers are best placed to identify any current or potential integrity concerns and to proactively manage these in the workplace.
An ethical and professional way to best safeguard against risks to integrity is “Smart Hire”,
This is a behavioral psychometric test that aims at identifying prospective candidates with integrity.
Our Integrity Test assesses Integrity in 9 dimensions
- Integrity of Commitment – this indicates how well he fulfils his commitments.
- Integrity against Inducements / Temptation / Vice – indicates his level of vulnerability to inducements
- Integrity against Lust –Lust digresses the person from his commitments and makes him do undesirable things
- Integrity against Greed – greed is wanting more than necessity. Presence of greed in a person causes sell-out – of info, secrets
- Integrity of Respect – for rights and property of others – Respect for other’s rights and property refrains from taking anything that doesn’t rightfully belong to him
- Integrity towards Facts – It is about the propensity of the employee to tell lies
- Transactional Integrity – there are many occasions when the employees get stressed out during work – sometimes caused by the customer (internal or external).
- Legal Integrity – this becomes apparent when the ethics of the employee conflict with the laws – of the organization
- Secular Integrity – this is becoming increasingly recognized as a major source of anti-social actions