What Every Senior Needs to Know About Their Rights in the Workplace

Elder Fraud is a Growing Problem There are countless seniors today who play a vital role in the workforce. Unfortunately, there are many aging myths out there that suggest seniors are unable to work as well, as hard or as often as younger adults. These myths are not only completely... Read more →


5 Real Consequences of Dishonesty at the Workplace

Honesty Builds Trust; Trust Builds Integrity This blog was written by Paul Trevino from King Investigators. You can contact Paul at the email address below for additional information. There will always be employees who will hate their job, maybe because it is not what they were expecting. They are basically... Read more →


Is it Ethical to Take Credit for Someone Else’s Work?

Weighing Alternative Courses of Action I’m frequently asked whether it is ethical to take credit for the work done by a co-worker. The purpose of this blog is to share my knowledge on the issue and provide food for ‘ethical thought.’ It is based on the following case study. Assume... Read more →


Ideas for Enhancing Resumes in an Ethical Way

How to Explain an Employment Gap on Your Resume This blog was first published on July 10 but contained an inaccurate reference to the blue frog, instead of the blog frog, which has been corrected. My Workplace Ethics Advice blog is listed on the site, theblogfrog.com, as a career resource.... Read more →


Civility vs. Incivility in the Workplace

Weber Shandwick Survey Results Seem Unrealistic An annual poll on civility in society by Weber Shandwick continues to show that a vast majority of Americans – 93 percent – identify a civility problem in society, with most classifying it as a “major” problem (69 percent). Despite this high-level of dissatisfaction... Read more →