ethics

Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Ellen DeGeneres's Gift to Firefighters Raises Ethics Questions

Received warm gift for rescuing dog from icy Charles River

Four Boston firefighters were forced to return tickets for a Caribbean cruise because the value of the gift exceeded $50. Read More »

Do The Ends Justify The Means?

Do The Ends Justify The Means?

Charlie Sheen was onto something with "winning"

If winning is everything, are the business trade-offs made to win or better position a company in the marketplace worth pushing the limits? Read More »

Why 'Selling Yourself' To An Employer Is A Misguided Notion

Why 'Selling Yourself' To An Employer Is A Misguided Notion

The concept of "selling yourself" to get a job may be unethical. Read More »

6 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

6 Things Never To Say To Co-Workers

By Beth Braccio Hering Don't tarnish your reputation by making whiny, haughty or untrue statements. Remember, silence can be golden -- especially if it prevents you from uttering one of these potentially career-damaging phrases: Read More »

Women More Likely To Shun Business Careers As 'Evil'

Women More Likely To Shun Business Careers As 'Evil'

There's been much debate as to why women only make up just 4.2 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs. Is it discrimination? The high-pressure atmosphere? Women's failure to "lean in"? A new study suggests another possible explanation: business can be dirty work, and women would rather stay clean. Past research has found... Read More »

Beyond Emotion: Using Ethics To Tackle Thorny Issues At Work

Beyond Emotion: Using Ethics To Tackle Thorny Issues At Work

Think you know everything there is to know about emotional intelligence? Think again. Emotional intelligence -- the ability to perceive the emotions of others and control one's own -- has been a buzz phrase among human-resource professionals for more than a decade, as employers have increasingly begun to prize... Read More »

The Ethics of Work-Life Balance

The Ethics of Work-Life Balance

By Bruce Weinstein, Ph.D We are a nation in pain. According to a Mar. 12 Gallup poll, the number of people in this country classified as "suffering" has increased by 3 million over the past year. Managers and business owners experienced the greatest loss of well-being; 60.8% of businesses were thriving in the... Read More »

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