Ethics Rules of the Road
defines ethics as knowing right from wrong, following organizational policy, and remaining legally compliant. The program supplies examples of unethical behavior and explains how it can be useful to employ a stoplight metaphor to maintain high standards of moral conduct.
The program focuses on five areas of particular concern -- dishonesty, theft, harassment, illegal financial manipulations, and safety violations. Also discussed are other common ethical issues, from gossiping and bias to HIPAA, ADA, and FMLA compliance.
A feature of the Ethics Rules of the Road
program is not only its emphasis on the importance of awareness around ethical issues, but also its easy-to-understand approach to making ethical decisions. This video, while concise, covers the essentials and provides practical guidance for individual decision making in order to achieve an ethical workplace.
Key Learning Points:
- Illegal financial manipulations
- Safety violations
- Defines ethics in the workplace
- Helps with an understanding of right and wrong actions
- Shows how to gauge and test decisions
Length: 11 minutes
Leader's Guide, PowerPoint Presentation, Reproducible Participant Quiz on the DVD