There is no universal moral code to guide businesses through complex dilemmas about what is right or wrong. Business ethics contain principles and standards that guide the behavior of business. It entails what is right or wrong, and dictates what behavior is acceptable within the organization. Attention to ethics in the workplace sensitizes management and … Continue reading Could Your Workplace Benefit From Ethics Training?
Ethics in the corporate finance is becoming a widespread issue. With all of the corruption in business today and lack of ethics, people are being misled and a losing a fortune of their income to the greedy corporate giants. Far too often we hear or read about a company that is accused with corruption and … Continue reading Ethics in Finance, Who Should Be Held Responsible?
Some adults went throughout their young lives being in fear of going to school. They were not intimidated by the pressures of the teachers or the abundance of work, they were in fear of the school bullies. They are so eager to get out into the workplace and begin their normal lives as adults. Years … Continue reading Are You A Workplace Bully or Victim?
Employees are reluctant to report instances of unethical practices due to the fear of retaliation from their employer. Some individuals may not want to be labeled as a whistleblower. A whistleblower is a person who exposes misconduct, alleged dishonest or illegal activity occurring in a company. The alleged misconduct may be classified in many ways … Continue reading Whistleblowers, A Protected Class?
Ethics and moral responsibilities have been an issue for centuries. People as well as businesses sometimes have a hard time distinguishing what should be done vs. what ought to be done. From a business aspect, managers have a higher degree of responsibility to uphold ethics and morals when handling company business and dealings with employees, … Continue reading Do Deceptive Business Ethics Pay Off?
Making the decision to terminate an employee of your firm can be a hard task to carry out. Once you have made the decision and informed the employee that they are no longer apart of your firm, proactive measures must be taken to protect the firm’s data. Terminating an employee, whether for misconduct or a … Continue reading Is Your Firm Protected from Sabotage by a Former Employee?