A new study by the Ethisphere Institute and Jones Lang LaSalle found that telecommuters are less likely to have ethical violations than their in-office counterparts.

Fascinating and also absolutely logical.  Now, for the record, I question the validity of their “study” (and not just because Jones Lang LaSalle doesn’t appear to be able to afford commas and the word “and”) because they surveyed 200 companies, only 68% of which had telecommuters in the first place.  Then they asked about ethical violations.  My questions, just who did they ask?  Because my bet is some HR person.  In a small company that HR person would know the answer.  In a big company, the head HR person probably has no clue how many people are telecommuting.

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