Workplace ethics Feed

How Has COVID Affected Working Relationships With Remote Workers?

Ethics in the Workplace The COVID pandemic has shaken up the workplace dynamics in every sector. At first, companies thought they could manage it without any significant changes in the workplace. But the necessity to abruptly shift to remote work posed massive challenges to a lot of companies. For example,... Read more →


What Does Ethical Leadership in Business Look Like?

Doing the Right Thing and Being the Right Person Ethical leadership is a critical component of an ethical organizational environment. The systems must be in place to establish a culture of responsibility, accountability, and trust but that matters little if top management does not walk the talk of ethics. For... Read more →


Ethics in the Time of Coronavirus: 5 Recommendations in the COVID-19

Enhancing the Workplace Experience During COVID-19 From time to time, I post blogs written by others. Today’s blog was written by Jamie Fry. Adhering strictly to ethical obligations is essential to curbing the spread of Coronavirus. This would include complying with safety guidelines, even when it does not favor business... Read more →


SEC Narrows Eligibility for Dodd-Frank Whistleblower Awards

Will Whistleblowers Still Come Forward? A new SEC rule interpretation threatens to weaken the incentive for external whistleblowers to come forward with details about potential corporate fraud. The clarification states that a whistleblower’s tip has to offer insight “beyond what would be reasonably apparent” to the agency from publicly available... Read more →


Ethics Sage Interviewed for his Views on Political Ethics

Steven Mintz, aka Ethics Sage, Has Been Interviewed by Multi-Media Outlets For His Views on the Ethics of Politicians Who Say One Thing to the Public About Safe-distancing during the Pandemic But Don't Follow Their Own Advice. Steve Mintz was interviewed last week by KTVU FOX News in S.F. about... Read more →


Lack of Diversity and Inclusion at Google Should Be a Wake-up call for the Tech Industry

Cultural Issues Behind the Disparity Last week it was reported that many Google employees and others in the tech and academic communities were furious over the sudden exit from Google of Timnit Gebru, a pioneer in the study of ethics in artificial intelligence. She coauthored a paper that highlighted how... Read more →


3 Ways to Promote Wellness in the Work Environment

Wellness and Emotional Health This is the first of a series of blogs on wellness. According to John Valenty, CEO Wellness.com, "Wellness is the result of personal initiative, seeking a more optimal, holistic and balanced state of health and well-being across multiple dimensions. In this guest blog, Karolyn Gore explores... Read more →


7 Ways to Develop Strong Work Ethics in Your Employees

Changing the Ethics Culture The following guest blog was written by Jessica Robinson. You can contact and read her personal blog at: https://assignmenthelp4me.com/thespeakingpolymath. Ethics are the soul of your organization. They describe what kind of behavior and conduct is permissible within your organization and what’s not. But ethics don’t come... Read more →


What Happened to KPMG?

Accounting Ethics at KPMG is an Oxymoron It was just announced that that the California Board of Accountancy has fined KPMG $1.3 million for violations of the Accountancy Act. The Board’s action arose from KPMG admitting to being disciplined by the Securities and Exchange Commission over its actions to obtain... Read more →


Discrimination Against Women in the Workplace is Alive and Well 

Discrimination against women in the workplace is when an employer treats a female employee less favorably than the employer would a male employee specifically because of the employee's gender. Today’s blog is designed to provide workplace advice to those who fall victim to workplace discrimination. Key Federal Laws Prohibiting Gender... Read more →