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September 2015

Gender Equity and the Glass Ceiling

Are we making Progress toward Breaking down Barriers facing women in the Workplace? Boosting the "economic power" of all women in society is a key way women can at first reach – and then stay – in the boardroom, according to a new global study. After examining which factors are... Read more →

Is Office Furniture Gender-Neutral?

Are Office Chairs from Mars and Office Desks from Venus? I’m all for gender equality and think it’s time is long overdue. Some give lip service to it but don’t carry out good intentions with supportive actions. I’m also for treating all people fairly in the workplace regardless of gender,... Read more →

Ethics Sage Receives Accounting Exemplar Award

Cal Poly Professor Receives Accounting Exemplar Award The American Accounting Association recently honored Cal Poly Professor Steven Mintz with the Accounting Exemplar Award in the public interest section. The award is given annually to accounting educators and practitioners who have made notable contributions to professionalism and ethics in accounting. With... Read more →

Is it time for a Code of Ethics for SEOs?

Ethical Issues of Search Engine Optimization Most Internet users are well aware of the virtues of search engines. Many of us depend on them to direct us to links to useful information that affect nearly all facets of our day-to-day lives—information about work, travel, recreation, entertainment, finances, politics, news, sports,... Read more →

Basic Principles of Ethical Behavior

Personal Ethics and Workplace Ethics have the same Standard of Behavior How do you know if you are an ethical person? Some would say knowing the difference between right and wrong. But that’s not enough because there is a difference between knowing what the right thing to do is and... Read more →