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This short ethics quiz provides a snapshot that gives you a sense of how much your everyday decision-making is motivated by being honest and fair.
Most of us know the difference between right and wrong and understand why honesty and integrity are important. Still, there are times when we choose the wrong course of action. This self-assessment is designed to get you thinking about a few choices you might make in certain everyday situations.
The first step to dealing with potential theft is awareness. To help managers spot the signs, we have provided an infographic depicting 11 signs of potential employee theft.
Unethical work behaviors comes big and small, but even the small behaviors will eventually have a big impact.
Preventing sexual harassment begins by making clear that your organization has zero tolerance for any kind of sexual harassment.
These stats will demonstrate just how important your company’s standards and practices are when it comes to quality, safety and excellence.
Five ways to get your boss's attention as well as getting serious employee concerns addressed.
It's easy to create an environment of people like you and no one challenges each other, but it's not the best atmosphere for new ideas and fresh approaches.
Being interviewed for a job is stressful. I remember once forgetting how to spell my last name. The woman asked if I spelled Mettler with one “t” or two and I blanked. I actually guessed—wrong! (I didn’t get the job.) It might have been easier for me if I’d known that it was as stressful on the other side of the table. A simple question like, “How old are you?” could potentially land a company in court for discrimination.
Are your employees stealing? The warning signs of possible theft or other criminal activity aren’t always easy to spot. Sometimes there’s no forewarning. But, internal theft is different. The warning signs are almost always right in front of us…if we’re paying attention.