Integrity and wrongdoing

At the individual level, integrity is more than ethics; it is all about the character of the individual. It is those characteristics of an individual that are consistently considerate, compassionate, transparent, honest, and ethical. The characteristic of trust is closely associated with integrity. While the definition may seem vague, we characterize individuals with integrity as individuals that we can count on to do consistently what is “right” and what is expected of them. They are reliable and predictable in dealing with others and with issues, and they are defenders of what is fair, just, and acceptable. Wrongdoing illegal or dishonest behavior. It is also that attitude that is harmful to other person or individual and this is opposite to the ethical attitude. It is also called evil or improper behavior or action.


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