2-Day Business Ethics – Shedding Light on a Gray Subject Certificate Program

2-Day Business Ethics Certificate Program – Shedding Light on a Gray Subject

Have you ever lost sleep at night because something just wasn’t right in your gut after you heard or witnessed a situation? Did you see something at work that you didn’t agree with, but it wasn’t “technically” a handbook violation? Are you struggling with the way leadership seems to treat people differently depending on the person receiving the treatment? Chances are, you’re facing ethical dilemmas in the workplace. This 2-day certificate program will teach you the difference between morals, values, principles, purpose, ethics, business ethics, ethos, conflict of interest, code of ethics, core values and code of conduct. You’ll learn the laws surrounding ethics and how you can create an ethical organization. A company’s business ethics will determine its reputation and even the most straightforward situations can have hidden traps that impact both the law and ethics. This course will equip you to identify those hidden traps and prevent them in the future. Implementing these strategies will put you well on your way to becoming an Employer of Choice or Best Places to Work!

Constructive Discharge occurs when an employee resigns as a result of the employer creating a hostile work environment. Since the resignation was not truly voluntary, it is, in effect, a termination. For example, when an employer places extraordinary and unreasonable work demands on an employee to obtain their resignation, this can constitute a constructive dismissal.
What are Michael Porter’s Three Grand (Generic) Strategies? Porter’s Generic Strategies Model describes 3 generic strategies for an organization to gain a competitive advantage. Those strategies are Cost Leadership, Differentiation and Focus.

What are Michael Porter’s 3 Generic (Grand) Strategies?

What are Michael Porter’s Three Grand (Generic) Strategies? Porter’s Generic Strategies Model describes 3 generic strategies for an organization to gain a competitive advantage. Those strategies are Cost Leadership, Differentiation and Focus.