Jennifer Franczak and Doreen Shanahan Publish Research on the New Generation Entering the Corporate Workplace
As the corporate world starts recruiting the next generation, business-related ethical issues have never been more prevalent for the incoming workforce. In research published in the journal Ethics & Behavior, Pepperdine Graziadio Business School faculty Dr. Jennifer Franczak and Dr. Doreen Shanahan explore the ethical concerns of the new generation based on a four-decade historical perspective of college students in the United States.
In their study, findings indicated that the main concern among incoming professionals has significantly shifted to focus more on environmental, collective, and corporate social responsibility concerns of bettering society.
Read the full study in Ethics & Behavior.