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August 2011

Do You Consider Yourself an Ethical Employee?

How to Self-Assess Ethical Behavior I recently read an article Consider yourself ethical? New research says think again. Shannon Chapla reports on a new book titled “Blind Spots: Why We Fail to do What’s Right and What to do About it” that is co-authored by Max H. Bazerman and Ann... Read more →


Misuse of Company Resources

What to Do if a Co-Worker Submits Personal Expenses for Reimbursement A common question I am asked is what to do if you travel with a fellow employee on an out-of-town trip and the employee hands in an expense reimbursement request that includes personal expenses. Some employers attempt to short-circuit... Read more →


Work-family Issues

Family-friendly Workplace Policies Make Good Business Sense This is the fourth in a series of blogs on workplace issues facing women. The first dealt with those issues in general. The second looked at the glass ceiling. The last blog addressed pay equality. In this blog I examine work- family issues... Read more →


Social Media Ethics in the Workplace

Managing the Workplace Ethics of Social Media Online social media applications are quickly gaining the mindshare of company employees and changing just as rapidly. With all the benefits that social media is bringing to the corporate world, a company faces numerous risks in its use, from misuse of company resources,... Read more →


Pay Equality in the Workplace

Women in America: Indicators of Social and Economic Well-Being This piece was first posted on my Ethics Sage blog on July 28. Since it has particular application to workplace ethics, I want to share my thought to those readers as well. I have previously blogged about the glass ceiling that... Read more →


Breaking Through the Glass Ceiling

Women Face Challenges in Organizational Life This is the second of a four-part series on Women's Issues in the Workplace. The first blog dealt with Women in the Workforce. In this blog I deal with the Glass Ceiling that can impede a woman's progress in an organization. The battle to... Read more →