Dell, Concurrent Technologies, Parsons Make Ethisphere’s ‘Most Ethical Companies’ List

survey-e1424450855908The Ethisphere Institute has named Dell, Concurrent Technologies Corp. and Parsons to the research organization’s list of the World’s Most Ethical Companies for 2015.

This is the second time that Dell has earned the designation, the third for Concurrent Technologies and the sixth for Parsons.

“I’m proud of our team’s ongoing commitment to engaging ethically with all our stakeholders and to winning with integrity in all we do,” said Dell Chairman and CEO Michael Dell.

Edward Sheehan, Jr., CTC president and CEO, said his company’s “ethics and values guide all of our decisions and are central to who we are as well as how we do business.”

“Being a six-time honoree reflects our steadfast commitment to the guiding principles we call our core values,” Chuck Harrington, president and CEO at Parsons, said.

Ethisphere uses its Ethics Quotient framework for the annual list and to assess how companies fare on ethics and compliance, corporate citizenship and responsibility, culture of ethics, governance and leadership, and innovation and reputation.

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