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July 2015

Ethics, Culture, Leadership and Compliance in the Workplace

Ethics & Compliance Initiative Addresses Organizational Ethics A recently released report on ethics and compliance which results from the National Business Ethics Survey points to culture, leadership and values-based ethics and compliance programs that make a big difference in increasing employee reporting of workplace misconduct free from retaliation. This study... Read more →

The Ethics of Using Social Media in Hiring Decisions?

Are Employees' Rights being Violated? The frequent use of technology in the workplace is undeniable as is the monitoring of employee postings in hiring and performance evaluation by employers. Social media sites and accounts can contain some very personal and intimate information about people. Consequently, employers, employees, job applicants, as... Read more →

Creating an Ethical Culture in the Workplace

Corporate Culture: Tone at the Top and Ethical Leadership Companies can argue all they want that they are unique in their business. But the truth is, everyone has a competitor. However, there is one important differentiator in the workforce that could make or break your business: Culture. Corporate culture is... Read more →

Cal Poly Professor Recognized For Accounting Ethics Research

Steven Mintz, aka Ethics Sage, Honored for Ethics Research Accomplishments The CPA Journal honored Cal Poly accounting ethics professor Steve Mintz for his research in accounting ethics. He will receive the publication’s 2014 Max Block Award in the informed comment category for his article “Revised AICPA Code of Professional Conduct:... Read more →

The Importance of Regulating One’s Own Behavior

Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Potentially Ugly Social media. We can’t live without but can we thrive ethically with it? What’s needed now is for someone, or some group, to develop a code of ethics for those using social media especially targeted to Millennials. Some of the... Read more →

Expectations of Millennials in the Workplace

Tips for Effective Integration of Millennials' Skills and Workplace Performance One of the biggest challenges for businesses today is integrating the Millennials or Gen Y twenty-somethings into a Baby Boomer culture. They are the newest generation to enter the labor market, arriving with their distinct ideas about what they expect... Read more →