Business Ethics FMWPadmin
Ethics In Workplace
The vast majority of people are ethical. They want to do the right thing and follow the law. They want to work for companies that are ethical, too. In the Ethics Resource Center’s National Business Ethics Survey, the vast majority of the workers questioned said they expect their employers to do “what is right, not just what is profitable.” We offer in-depth information about ethics in workplace issues including general ethics (values that set a higher standard than the legal minimum), employee responsibilities such as the duty of loyalty, and corporate compliance issues such as insider trading, antitrust and intellectual property.
Resolve workplace disputes that are disruptive and can be devastating personally and professionally.
One-on-one sensitivity training is an important tool in helping those employees for whom other training has not been effective and it is often a requirement after a workplace investigation.