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Ways Businesses Can Humanize the Digital Experience for Employees and Customers

Soft Skills in the Workplace in a Digital World From time to time I post a guest blog when it contains important information. Today's blog is by Charlie Fletcher. Charlie has been a frequent contributor to this blog. You can contact her at: charliefletcher365@gmail.com. Our work lives are becoming more... 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: charliefletcher365@gmail.com. Chances are, you’d never even heard of the Metaverse this time last year, let alone given much consideration to the role... Read more →


How the Pandemic Has Expanded the Role of HR

A Paradigm Shift in Organizations By Lauren Winans The pandemic has changed the structure of the workplace, possibly for good. Employees are working remotely more now than at any time in the past, management is grappling with record-high resignations and burnout, and companies are scrambling to keep up with the... Read more →


Teaching Remote Employees Ethics for Online Communication

The Challenges and Opportunities 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: charliefletcher365@gmail.com. There’s an adage that says that ethics are what we do when no one is watching. This axiom has perhaps... Read more →


Are You a Victim of Gaslighting in the Workplace?

How to Deal With Gaslighting Through Your Own Actions I have previously blogged about gaslighting in personal relationships. A good resource for you to look at if you believe you are a victim of it has been posted by psycom.net. Today, I address the issue of gaslighting in the workplace,... Read more →


Can Employees Be Fired for Using Social Media at Work?

Rules of the Road The First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution protects us from the government interfering with our speech – meaning we can typically express opinions (even if they are offensive) without being arrested or charged with a crime. But that does not mean you can say whatever you... Read more →


Empathy to Ethics: Where Heart Meets Business

A Key to Emotional Intelligence From time to time I post guest blogs when they contribute to the dialogue about ethics in the workplace. Today's guest blog is by Charlie Fletcher. Here is a link to her online portfolio: Stories by Charlie Fletcher : Contently. You’ve probably heard about empathy... Read more →


A Shocking Number of Employees Are Watching Sports at Work

The Ethical Issues Explored I recently read a survey about the number of employees that watch sports at work and I was startled by the results. The survey was prepared by Digital Third Coast and can be accessed by clicking on this link. I wasn’t surprised that workers who are... Read more →


Should Employers Provide Incentives for Employees to Get Vaccinated?

Weighing the Harms and Benefits to Employers and Employees of Requiring Vaccination Last week I blogged about whether employers can mandate Covid-19 vaccinations for all employees. It is legal for employers to require the vaccination as long as they conform to safety and discrimination laws as set out by the... Read more →


Free Market Capitalism at Work and the Cancel Culture

Examples of Organizations and CEOs Canceled for Their Words and Actions I have previously blogged about a variety of issues related to the cancel culture including its characteristics, harms and benefits, relationship to being woke and other topics. In today’s blog I examine how the cancel culture has affected the... Read more →