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Ethix at Work

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Made to Do the Dirty Work

Kenman Wong addresses getting caught between the demands of a supervisor and a task deemed to be unfair.

Can You Be “Too Nice”?

Kenman Wong talks about the difference between niceness and passive permissiveness.

How Much Does the Business Leader Need to Know?

Kenman Wong discusses the challenges in the fields of business ethics and bio-ethics.

Acting Ethically in a Corrupt Environment?

Kenman Wong responds to managing possible conflicts between ethics and cultural sensitivity.

Add Tires or Lose Sale?

Kenman Wong addresses “kickbacks” and the ethical dilemma they pose.

Best Product: An Ethical Question?

Kenman Wong discusses “contribution to society” as a key consideration in the formulation of a target market.

No Harm, No Foul?

Trying to decide right and wrong based on consequences (vs. sticking to principles) has several significant weaknesses.

Dealing With a Broken Promise

If a company promises you employment for a specific time period, what should you do if you are let go before the time period concludes?

Benefit Client or Candidate?

If your job is to match candidates with your client, a company, what obligations do you have to both the potential candidate and the company?

Full Disclosure Required?

Kenman Wong discusses ethics of a corporate sale where the seller is intentionally prevented from knowing the buyer.