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 →


Establishing an Employee-First Culture

The Ultimate Guide to Becoming an Effective First-time Manager The following is a guest blog from 15five.com. 15Five was recently honored for its impact in helping companies establish an employee-first culture — it was selected by the Center for Positive Organizations as a prestigious Gold Awardee of its 2018 Positive... Read more →


The Disconnect Between Millennials and Employers

Deloitte Survey Reflects the Importance of Purpose-Driven Objectives The 2018 Deloitte Millennial Survey reports the results of 10,455 millennials (Gen Y) questioned across 36 countries. This year’s survey shows Gen Y’s opinion of business motivation and ethics is at the lowest point in three years. About 20 percent said reputation... Read more →


Why Do Audit Reports Have Such a High Deficiency Rate?

Indicators of Audit Quality Forty percent of the audits inspected by audit firm regulators had at least one finding indicating a serious problem, according to a new survey. A recent report from the International Forum of Independent Audit Regulators, a group of national audit regulators including the Public Company Accounting... Read more →