Coyne I, Bartram DHuman Resource Management Journal, (UK), 2000 Vol 10 No 3
Start page: 38. No of pages: 8
Surveys a random sample of 1,000 UK personnel managers about their perceptions of the level of dishonesty in their workplaces, the importance they place on honesty and integrity, and the measures taken to assess honesty in the selection process. Analyses the 279 responses received and sets out the extent to which the personnel managers believed that particular forms of dishonesty took place (unauthorized breaks, absenteeism, theft, etc.) ; the importance they attached to these types of dishonesty; and the methods they used to assess the likelihood that a job applicant will be honest and conscientious. Comments on the attitudes towards dishonesty that the findings revealed and discusses the effectiveness of the selection methods used for detecting the likelihood that an employee will act dishonestly.
Subject(s): SELECTION, THEFT, ABSENTEEISM, EMPLOYEE ATTITUDES, UNITED KINGDOM
Database: HRMA: Human Resource Management Abstracts PS: Public Sector Management
Style: Survey, Wholly theoretical. ISSN: 0954-5395. Reference: 29AT928