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A rule of thumb says that if 5% of a workforce engages in misconduct, it can hurt the company's ability to attract and retain talent, maintain a positive brand reputation, remain compliant and avoid costly legal fees. Seven of 9 industries studied failed this 5% rule, according to the Fama State of Misconduct in 2022 Benchmarking Report.

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