Tag: ethics


Employees drive ESG goals for HR, study claims

May 4, 2022

Via: Personnel Today

Its study into environmental, social and governance (ESG) priorities found that employee activism is a key driver for achieving goals in these areas, with 86% of HR directors believing staff to have an influential role. The findings follow another survey […]

Research, Software

Algorithms Follow Rules – People Don’t. See you in Court?

February 12, 2021

Via: HR Examiner

Laws are a set of rules. Algorithms are a set of rules. They ought to work the same? If laws can run the world, then so can algorithms. Yeah, not so much. Here’s how law actually works. First, the legislature […]

Workplace wellness

Teaching Business Ethics for Better Corporate Culture

October 22, 2020

Via: HR Hero

In a competitive business environment, there is often temptation among companies, their employees, and executives to cut corners to further their own interests. In the short term, bad actors may see their efforts rewarded; however, in the long term, most […]

Research, Software

Artificial Intelligence: Supporting Ethics and Removing Bias Not a Priority for Executives

January 27, 2020

Via: HR Hero

We recently covered how artificial intelligence (AI) invites bias and what one developer is doing to stop it. The ethical issues AI raises, however, go far beyond bias-infused systems. A recent survey sought to understand the extent to which organizations […]

Research, Software

Tips To Create An Ethical Business Culture

January 10, 2017


Once employees see other employees skirting the rules without any consequences, they often start to believe that it is okay for them to do the same. Additionally, an employee who wants to do the right thing may increasingly feel pressured […]

Research, Software

Wells Fargo Scandal: What Was HR’s Role?

October 11, 2016

Via: Ere Media

For most of my long HR career in service industries, my colleagues and I believed our role to be an advocate for the employee. Those who spent their HR career in a collective bargaining environment may feel they advocate for […]

Research, Software

Business Ethics in a Millennial World

September 15, 2016

Via: Blogging4Jobs

Millennials have made a significant on the business world. As they make up nearly a quarter of US consumer buying power and nearly as much of the workforce, they have a considerable sway. And companies are listening. Perhaps one of the […]

Communication, Software

Workplace Ethics: Requiring More Than an Email Blast

August 16, 2016

Via: Chief Learning Officer

Hand washing issues, company time theft and lying are just a few of the workplace ethics issues employers grapple with but may be no closer to addressing in a sustainable way without a strategic partnership between the learning and development […]