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Women; older employees; those with a professional qualification or with a religious faith; those working in the caring professions or the charity/not-for-profit sector; all scored highly in the ethicability Moral DNA Test, which created waves around the world when it went viral on the internet in July and August 2008. Over 20,000 people from 162 countries completed the test, which was supported by Cass Business School, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Times Online. On the downside, lower ethicability scores indicating greed, fear or moral immaturity, are driving behaviours in men; younger employees; those with no further education or religious faith; or those working in government, energy businesses and financial services - occupations at the centre of climate change and economic meltdown.
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