As we do our jobs, we’re continuously faced with choices big and small—many with far-reaching consequences. It’s not always easy to tell right from wrong and to make the ethical choice.
Ethical Decision Making presents employees with easy-to-understand examples of ethical dilemmas they could face in the workplace, an explanation of why a particular choice is an ethical or unethical one, and the potential consequences of making the wrong choice. Most importantly, it provides support to do the right thing with confidence by showing all kinds of people on the job doing just that.
With short but engaging examples of ethical decision making regarding:
- Theft—including Time Theft, Expense Reimbursement Manipulation, and Copyright Infringement
- Fraud—including Falsifying Financial Statements, Price Fixing, Market Division and Customer Allocation Schemes, and Bid Rigging
- Bribery—including Kickbacks, Nepotism, and the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)
- Human Trafficking—including Forced Labor and Sex Trafficking and
- Environmental Stewardship—including Waste Reduction and Other Forms of Environmental Stewardship
Ethical Decision Making: Knowing Right and Wrong in the Workplace is a great interactive tool for creating a legally compliant environment, where employees have the wherewithal and confidence to make ethical decisions for both themselves and their organization.