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Are Your Employees Cheating To Keep Up

August 1, 1997
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Employees in an unethical work environment often feel powerless. Soon staff morale deteriorates, and some employees begin to make bad choices. Instead of an irrational reaction by mamangement, the more productive goal is to redirect the employee's creativ
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When Offsite Behavior Clashes With Company Values

May 1, 1997
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A vice president has been heralded as a champion of diversity awareness. But you've been told he doesn't carry this attitude into his personal life. Should you conront him?
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Ethical Dilemmas—Then and Now

January 1, 1997
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In today’s complicated world, ethical decisions aren’t always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Here’s a look at some of the dilemmas personnel directors pondered in the last 75 years, excerpted from the pages of Workforce , previo
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Exporting Corporate Ethics

January 1, 1997
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An Intercultural services expert explores ethics policy intricacies.
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Swapping Workers To Save Jobs

August 1, 1996
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In today's complicated world, ethical decisions aren't always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Readers responded to this situation posed by Personnel Journal .
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When Grief Causes Employees’ Jobs to Suffer

June 1, 1996
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In today’s complicated world, ethical decisions aren’t always black or white; options often fall into gray areas. Readers responded to this situation posed by Personnel Journal .
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Nynex Corp. Nynex Regains Moral Footing

June 1, 1996
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An early leader in corporate ethics, NYNEX Corp. seemed an unlikely candidate to fall under allegations of impropriety-but it happened. After struggling through six years of investigations and public scrutiny, NYNEX emerged with a set of higher standards and its Ethics Process -a set of initiatives for translating corporate values into action.
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Hiring the Gang Member Gone Straight

April 1, 1996
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Are we, as HR managers, never to forgive and forget—even after an employee has distinguished himself on the job?
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