Drop in calls to company ethics hotlines last year.

This article mentions decreased calls to corporate ethics hotlines –
The SEC previously reported record tips to their whistleblower program. So what is going on? Maybe more employees are working remotely so they are not witnessing unethical or policy-violating behavior, or the way companies remind employees about their internal hotlines was focused on physical presence like signs in the break room. The article lays out other possibilities too.

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