The question is often asked, Why do we need a code of ethics – are not human beings perfectly capable of discerning right from wrong? The knee-jerk answer would be some are, but most are not!!! However, here are some
Have you noticed how politicians and football managers (and other senior roles in society) say they made an “error of judgement”, when caught doing something wrong/unethical. But that phrase “error of judgement” seems to be used to minimise or to
The recent $14 billion – yes $14 billion fine of the German-based Deutsche Bank, reveals how unethical behaviour eventually ends in pain, not only for innocent people but those to commit the unethical acts. Buts let’s see some recent cases of
In Article 56 “Unethical Bosses” I showed how ethics is not a complicated matter. We can see this in another way by looking at , what seems to be, common bad behaviour of some bosses. First, unethical bosses, because of
Some people make out that ethics in the workplace is complicated – it is not. Let’s take the recent example of the England Football Manager who has chosen to resign after being caught by newspaper reporters agreeing to and suggesting “questionable things”.