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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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Charge Managers With Inspiring Loyalty

October 1, 1997
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A free wheeling conversation about what managers, HR and othres can do to win employees' respect and trust, the preconditions of loyalty in a working environment.
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12 Steps to Building a Best-practices Ethics Program

September 1, 1997
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Many of today's most successful organizations have established some forward-thinking best practices for doing more and better work with fewer people.
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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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