Fraud is known to have increased in organisations and corruption in certain areas is rife. Do we participate in this type of behaviour or turn a blind eye to it?
Organisations desire to attract employees who have high ethics and stand firm against fraudulent activities. Unfortunately, this is not always the result. Individuals come from different backgrounds and as such have different drivers, morals and values.
Honourable ethics and corruption are on opposite sides of the pole. This programme is designed to raise moral standards as a counter to potential or real corruption within a work environment. The focus is on ethics and not corporate governance.
Unethical behaviour in organisations is dangerous. Ethics is about consistency.
- Explain the concept of personal ethics in relation to the moral compass.
- Understand the role of a code of conduct in a work environment, according to ethical principles.
- Explore potential conflict between personal value systems and an organisational code of conduct.
- Assist employees to uphold the code of conduct within a work team.
- Consequences of non-compliance are identified.
This programme is intended for all persons who need to apply an organisation’s code of conduct in a work environment.
- The Concept of Ethics in Relation to the ‘Moral Compass’
- The Role of a Code of Conduct in a Work Environment According to Ethical Principles
- Uphold the Code of Conduct within the Work Team