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Do Businesses Have an Ethical Obligation To Be Eco-Friendly?

Emphasizing Environmental Issues Appeals to Gen Z and Millennials Introduction From time to time, I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. You can contact her at: [email protected]. Charlie addresses environmental concerns that generally fall into the broader concept of sustainability. It... Read more →


It’s Time to Reign in Excessive Executive Compensation Pay Packages

Fairness Dictates That Workers Should Be Paid More The size of executive compensation pay packages seems to be an issue at least once a year after information is provided on the average CEO compensation versus the average pay for a worker. It's not just a fairness issue. Every so often... Read more →


When Should Clawback Provisions Be Used

Holding CEOs Accountable for Fraudulent Activities I have previously blogged about the 324:1 ratio of pay packages, on average, for S&P 500 CEOs when compared to the average worker Pay. In this blog I look at claw backs, a provision that enables a company and/or the SEC to go after... Read more →


Ethical Considerations For Data in the Metaverse

Implications for Society From time to time I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. You can contact her at: [email protected]. Chances are, you’d never even heard of the Metaverse this time last year, let alone given much consideration to the role... Read more →


Ways to Promote EDI in the Workplace

Overcoming Bias Last Tuesday I blogged about the meaning of equity, diversity and inclusion and its importance in developing an ethical organization culture. In today’s blog I look at ways to promote EDI. LinkedIn Survey Recent events have sparked important conversations around racial bias and social injustice, calling upon institutions... Read more →


Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Is a Must for all Organizations

Establishing an Ethical Organization Environment This is the first of two blogs on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. The second blog will be posted on June 16. Organizational ethical climate refers to the moral atmosphere of the work environment and the level of ethics practiced within a company. Leaders determine organizational... Read more →


Is the Gap Between Executive and Employee Compensation Ethical?

Median Pay was $14.2 million in 2021 for CEOs A few days ago, I read that pay increases for U.S. CEOs are on the rise in the post-pandemic period. Median pay rose to $14.2 million last year for the leaders of S&P 500 companies, up from a record $13.4 million... Read more →


Corporate Governance Systems May Be Failing

Has COVID Caused a Decline in Corporate Governance The case for business ethics has been well demonstrated through the costs and impacts of the repeated high-profile cases of corporate greed and misconduct. Often those integrity failures are a result of individuals crossing ethical boundaries as well as ignoring or circumventing... Read more →


Ensuring Income Equality in Your Business

CEOs Make 351 Times More than a Typical Worker A study by the Economic Policy Institute estimates that CEO compensation has grown 1,322% since 1978, while typical worker compensation has risen just 18%. In 2020, CEOs of the top 350 firms in the U.S. made $24.2 million, on average —... Read more →


Insightly Launches New Service Software to Help Businesses Exceed Customer Expectations

New Survey Shows only 6% of Consumers Feel Businesses Exceed Expectations - while 35% of Businesses Think they Do The following news release addresses the gap between how consumers believe businesses meet or exceed expectations versus businesses themselves. I was granted permission to release it as a blog and I... Read more →