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Get Real-- and Ethics Will Follow

August 1, 1998
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How to build (and rebuild) trust in an organization to ward off unethical activities.
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Handling Questions of Ethics From Job Candidates

July 1, 1998
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Today’s business climate presents more than a few challenges to your organization’s ethical practices. Safeguarding your company is your job. Take a stand for business ethics.
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Past Mistakes Present Future Challenges

May 1, 1998
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Today’s business climate presents more than a few challenges to your organization’s ethical practices. Safeguarding your company is your job. Take a stand for business ethics.
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Extolling the Virtues of Hot Lines

May 1, 1998
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The use of toll-free hot lines has been on the rise as a way for employees to obtain advice on ethical matters. Their use is somewhat controverisal, however, raising issues of confidentiality and whistle blowing.
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Employee Values Are Changing Course

March 1, 1998
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Five social trends are emerging among workers in Corporate America. Why businesses must make adjustments to accomodate these changing views.
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Invoke Employee Loyalty

January 1, 1998
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There are eight core ethical values: loyalty, honesty, fairness, caring, respect, tolerance, duty and moral courage. People should use these principles as ground rules for behavior when dealing with people.
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Food for Thought

October 1, 1997
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What would our work lives be like if we truly made our employees our most important asset? What would our work lives be like if we incorporated acnient truths into the workplace?
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Lockheed Martin Is Game for Ethics

October 1, 1997
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Lockheed Martin Corp. has designed an ethics program that's a model for the corporate world. It offers employee training, a hot line and a variety of written materials.
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50% Of Your Employees Are Lying, Cheating & Stealing

October 1, 1997
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Despite corporate attempts to create an ethical environment, lying, cheating and manipulation abound. Companies like Texas Instruments and Lockheed Martin, however, are relying on HR to build an ethical culture.
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