In an article I read about workplace ethics stated, “In an ideal world, every person is treated equally when it comes to getting a job, advancing in their career, and being treated fairly in the workplace.  In reality, we know this is not the case.”  It is interesting that racial discrimination still does exist in [...]

Today Yahoo! Inc. rejected Microsoft Corp.’s bid of $44.6 billion saying the it “substantially undervalues” Yahoo. To Yahoo! Inc.’s co-founder, Jerry Yang, it comes down to pride and not money. Yang has made it through the dot-com bust, it’s failure in challenging EBay Inc. in the online auction business, and it’s challenge to Google in [...]

An ethical anlysis by The Organization and the People in It of Hoop Dreams: 1.Were Marianne Stanley and George Raveling doing work of comparable value? Yes, I do believe that Marianne and George were doing work of the same comparable value. Both coaches were coaching the same amount of games each season, and both [...]

All of us get upset at time, but there is no place for anger at work. Yet studies show that it is okay for men to show anger at work, but if women show anger at work they are less competent. What gives…I really don’t understand this. If a man shows anger he gets paid [...]

Employee Background Checks Needed in Small Business

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The thought that employee theft only happens at large businesses like the Wal-Marts of the world is a fallacy. Small businesses are actually more likely to be affected by employee fraud, and will also sustain a larger median loss than bigger companies.
The 2006 report by the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners showed that businesses with fewer than 100 employees suffered a median of $190,000 in fraud losses. Without safeguards, any

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