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1). Preventing the Danger and Liability of Workplace Violence  By : Christine Harrell
Learning how to prevent danger in the workplace by implementing behavioral sciences and threat assessment plans.

2). Should you use Background Checks?  By : Kip Goldhammer
Background check is a very important and essential element of making yourself comfortable with people you might be looking forward to having a relationship with as an employee, business partnership or even personal.

3). Selling Truth as a Differentiator  By : Lawrence Groves
Now You Can Stand Out Above the Rest.

4). Ethical Behavior in the Workplace  By : Cathy Warschaw
What it means to be ethical

5). Anarchy as an Organizing Principle  By : Sam Vaknin
The recent spate of accounting fraud scandals signals the end of an era. Disillusionment and disenchantment with American capitalism may yet lead to a tectonic ideological shift from laissez faire and self regulation to state intervention and regulation. This would be the reversal of a trend dating back to Thatcher in Britain and Reagan in the USA....

6). BackGround Checks and Balances  By : Reggie Andersen
Background Check Resources Whether you're hiring a CEO, a subcontractor, a babysitter, or even looking for a new tenant or roommate, you're taking a big risk. It's the nature of business unfortunately for people to go to great lengths to misrepresent themselves and thus create the need for background check resources and references.

7). Ethics & Leadership in Business Development  By : William Scheessele
In the 25 + years of working with some of the best people in Business Development within the power generation industry, we have found some unique characteristics that separate these individuals from the rest. It doesnít seem to matter what organization they work for, or the services, the client base or the economic climate. We find that these indiv...

8). Narcissism in the Boardroom  By : Sam Vaknin
The perpetrators of the recent spate of financial frauds in the USA acted with callous disregard for both their employees and shareholders - not to mention other stakeholders. Psychologists have often remote-diagnosed them as "malignant, pathological narcissists". Narcissists are driven by the need to uphold and maintain a false self -...

9). Honesty in Business  By : Eric L Graves
What I want to discuss in this article is the basic idea of honesty. The internet is a wonderful place to do business, but with the continuous flood of spyware, malware, and spam, it can be a horrible and very frustrating for the average user. I am amazed, but not surprised, by the unethical practice of businesses using popups and spam to sell a pr...

10). Slush Funds  By : Sam Vaknin
According to David McClintick ("Swordfish: A True Story of Ambition, Savagery, and Betrayal"), in the late 1980's, the FBI and DEA set up dummy corporations to deal in drugs. They funneled into these corporate fronts money from drug-related asset seizures. The idea was to infiltrate global crime networks but a lot of the money in "Oper...

11). Profit Shouldn't Be a Dirty Word in Material Handling  By : Stafford Sterner
Nobody benefits when profit is eliminated from the economic equation. With the economy on the mend, a lot of people in the material handling industry are expecting good times without having to make any changes in the way they do business. Unfortunately, that means the continuation of one particular practice that played a major role in ...

12). Trying to define criminal law  By : Ryan Fyfe
We hear about law everyday whether we realize it or not. It's in our Government, in our work, and even in our houses. One type of law is Criminal law, which is also known as Penal law. This is "The body of statutory and common law that deals with crime and the legal punishment of criminal offenses." Inside of criminal law there is four...

13). Sexual Harassment Training  By : Amcheck produced in conjunction with Magellan design
One of the more significant pieces of California legislation that went into effect on January 1, 2005, was AB 1825. This law requires employers with 50 or more employees to provide two hours of sexual harassment training and education to all supervisory employees by the end of 2005. It also mandates that these employees will receive sexual harassme...

14). The Quickest Way to Get is to Give  By : Carina MacInnes
Itís true. You canít really get what you want in life until you have given it to others. Doesnít sound like it makes much sense, does it? How can you give what you donít have? As you open your mind to the possibility and ask this question of yourself, you allow opportunity to come to you and knock at your door. Then you will find a way that it is p...

15). Ethical and Religious Considerations in Physician Assisted Suicide  By : Sam Oliver
None of us know what we would choose at the end of our life regarding assisted suicide. It is, therefore, a worthy idea to ponder long before we get to that place at the end of our lives whereby we may actually have to make one. In our lives, our soul does have a path that is chosen for us if we look for it. I would encourage you to follow that one...

16). What Investigative Reporting Entails  By : paul wilson1
The field of investigative reporting involves bringing to the fore facts and figure that affect human interests and fair governance. This means conducting in depth research, looking at public records, doing extensive interviews, as well as checking and rechecking of facts before publication. Whether print or television, investigative reporting is e...

17). Community Vs. The Loner  By : Jeffery Glaze
I am sure that you have heard the phrase "safety in numbers" before. In the animal world, creatures travel in groups because they instinctively know that, when there are many of them, predators have less of a chance of being successful during an attack. In most cases, if a predator is successful, its victim is usually a sick or weaker member of the...

18). The Business of Torture  By : Sam Vaknin
On January 16, 2003, the European Court of Human Rights agreed - more than two years after the applications have been filed - to hear six cases filed by Chechens against Russia. The claimants accuse the Russian military of torture and indiscriminate killings. The Court has ruled in the past against the Russian Federation and awarded assorted plaint...

19). The Morality of Child Labor  By : Sam Vaknin
From the comfort of their plush offices and five to six figure salaries, self-appointed NGO's often denounce child labor as their employees rush from one five star hotel to another, $3000 subnotebooks and PDA's in hand. The hairsplitting distinction made by the ILO between "child work" and "child labor" conveniently targets impoverished countries w...

20). Corporate Crime  By : Steve Gillman
Corporate crime? I'm not sure that there is such a thing. If we want to reduce the crimes that are given that lable, we need to quit handing out large punitive fines to corporations. The idea isn't as radical as it sounds. First of all, when I say that there isn't such a thing as corporate crime, I simply mean that it is always individ...

21). FBI Raids: Pertinent or Paranoid?  By : J Square Humboldt
Business always moves faster than government ... It's no surprise that a great deal of lawmakers' time is spent reacting to advances in commerce and science. It's also no surprise that one of their favorite tactics is to call on their enforcement agencies to bring scrutiny against any topic about which they're struggling to understand....

22). Titanic Precautions  By : Sean North
Many movies have been made about the tragic story of the Titanic. Arrogance and ignorance was definitely present during its maiden voyage, which was Titanicís last voyage. Many warnings were given, but unfortunately, the warnings were not taken seriously. On April 14th, 1912 Titanic received six warnings that icebergs were present in t...

23). Approaches to Care in Physician Assisted Suicide  By : Sam Oliver
There is a growing interest in suicide. When people start looking for more information about suicide, you'll be in a position to meet their needs. This article is a brief description of much information on this subject. Let's start with 3 levels to discern in the act of euthanasia. There are three levels to discern in the act of euthan...

24). The Way In Which Some People Abuse The Benefit Of Sick Pay  By : blueboy
This article describes how some people abuse the benefit of sick pay in the workplace. I am going to explain a couple of examples of this, which I have come across over the last couple of years. There are many people who are in employment where if they are off work sick, they do not get paid. It must very much annoy these people to hea...

25). Professional Ethics  By : Jacob Parker
There are many professions in the world that require strong will, stamina and courage to get occupied. Thousands of policemen, doctors, firemen, rescue teams save people every minute. Graduating form the University and mastering one of the professions mentioned above you think only about successful application of your knowledge in practice. A coupl...

26). Are Employers Less Likely to Hire Muslims?  By : Murad Ali
Research conducted at Davenport University by Murad Ali indicates that Muslims are the least likely out of all other ethnic groups to be hired by employers. Participants were students enrolled in either the MBA program or in business undergraduate courses. The type of full-time work the students engaged in ranged from entry level to senior executiv...

27). Has Honesty Become a Thing of the Past?  By : Mary Murtha
Has honesty become a thing of the past? Many people are asking themselves this question as they scour the net for what they need. As the low economy in the United States takes its toll on many, people are constantly looking for alternative ways to solve their dilemma, including the internet. In a frantic search to find t...



 


 
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