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Good People, Bad Choices - Video Introduction
This vignette introduces the concept of ethics in the workplace. Defining ethics and ethical behavior.
Good People, Bad Choices - Video Summary
Summary vignette for the Good People, Bad Choice program. An ethical "to do" list of questions is presented.
Got Ethics?® An Overview of Ethical Situations
Discrimination. Theft. Dishonesty. Are your employees prepared to face ethical issues and respond in ways that meet the high standards of your organization and adhere to the letter of the law?
I Don't Have Time (from Integrity Every Day)
Maintaining accurate patient records even when time is short.
I Don't Want Anybody to Get in Trouble (from Integrity Every Day)
Healthcare workers' responsibility to report suspicious activity.
Is This Any Way to Run a Hospital? (from Integrity Every Day)
When it comes to ethics/code of conduct, there are many things to consider. This video covers maintaining accurate patient records (documentation) even when time is short.
Just Give Me Another Three Days
Digitally Remastered! As managers, supervisors and team leaders, there are times when we have to make some pretty tough calls. It just goes with the territory. And when we're faced with those kinds of situations, we have to make sure we don't let short-term gains, like closing a big sale, completing a big project or hitting a production quota, take priority over the long-term integrity of the organization.
Just Tell Them I'm Not Here
Digitally Remastered! You know, one of the things that's easy to forget is that our team members pay attention to every little thing we say and do. Like it or not, we set the example. And when we ask an employee to do something that's questionable—like making up an excuse because we've forgotten something or don't want to deal with someone— it has an impact. It might not seem like much at the time, but all those "little tears" can eventually begin to rip our organization's integrity fabric to pieces. As leaders, we need to hold ourselves and our peers accountable to make sure that doesn't happen.
That Hurts! (from Integrity Every Day)
Healthcare workers' role in ensuring quality of care.
That’s What I’m Hearing
Privy to some insider information, an employee decides to change her 401K allocation.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: All That Cash
An action that violates a person’s moral code may not cause someone to be fired, fined or jailed, but such actions are nevertheless wrong. Doing the wrong thing can erode trust, damage relationships and harm others.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Around and Around We Go
Most of us like to please and help other people when we can. Such efforts are usually a great thing, although in situations where we are asked to break the law, that natural inclination to please others works against us.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Clock Me In
We’ve all been there. It’s not uncommon to be asked to do a favor that may not be against the law, but we know that if we take that action we’ll be doing something wrong. On the surface, these favors may not seem like a big deal. In reality, something like time theft can lead to severe consequences like loss of your job, financial loss and company lay-offs.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Divide and Conquer
Dividing up a sales territory to keep a competitor out of the bidding process is an example of an illegal bidding practice known as market division. This practice usually results in higher bid prices - hurting competition and consumers.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Freedom
Time theft hurts the company. It also breaks trust. And if an employee gets caught while telecommuting, it’s likely the company won’t let others have those privileges. Depending on company policy, the employee could even be fired.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Greasing the Wheels
An offer of a bribe can be direct or indirect in nature. If someone says she will give you money to send business her way, that’s pretty direct. Another supplier might not specifically ask for your business, but might offer you a nice gift or a fun trip.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: I Take Care of My Friends
When we use our business position to give special privileges to a family member…or when we exclude other suppliers in favor of someone we know… or when we accept a gift or money in exchange for using our influence on behalf of a specific supplier, we have stepped over a moral and a legal line in the sand.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: It's Expected
While bribery may be more commonly accepted in some countries, people who work for U.S. companies and organizations are expected to adhere to U.S. anti-bribery laws regardless of the country in which they’re doing business.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Just Move It to That Column
Asking a co-worker to change an item on a financial report might not seem like a big deal, but it is. Fudging the numbers is unethical, and since Susan’s request also violates Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, it is also illegal.
The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics: Presentation Help
Sometimes people want to include us in an action that doesn’t appear to violate their moral code, but it is one that we know violates our own. Or, it is an action that is against one of our company’s policies. Maybe it’s even illegal.