ROCHESTER, NY—The Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation (RABEF) presented its 2019 ETHIE Awards on October 7, 2019 to Faraci Lange and Gorbel. The ETHIE recognizes businesses and organizations that do the right thing through strong ethical foundations, aspirations to high standards of business conduct, and the multifaceted nature of ethics in our daily lives. ETHIE: […]
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During our April board meeting, Jennifer Allen from Insero & Co. brought an article from Harvard Business Review for our discussion: When Competition Between Coworkers Leads to Unethical Behavior. Elana Augustine, communications committee member, added to the discussion with the following on ethics in the office. Employees go to the office to do an honest day’s […]
During the Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation’s January meeting, the Board of Directors discussed an article from the Harvard Business Review entitled, Don’t Try to Be the “Fun Boss” — and Other Lessons in Ethical Leadership. When are off-color jokes or stories of weekend antics acceptable? At what point do they cross the line? Sometimes it […]
At our December 2018 board meeting, board member John D. Keiser, Associate Professor, the School of Business Administration & Economics at The College at Brockport shared some findings from Dacher Keltner’s book The Power Paradox: How We Gain and Lose Influence (Penguin Press, 2016). We’ve all witnessed incidents in which someone of higher stature belittles someone in a lower position. It could […]
Rochester, NY—The Rochester Area Business Ethics Foundation (RABEF) announced the finalists for its 2018 ETHIE Awards. The ETHIE recognizes businesses and organizations that do the right thing through strong ethical foundations, aspirations to high standards of business conduct, and the multifaceted nature of ethics in our daily lives. RABEF plans to honor the ETHIE recipients […]
According to Joseph Potchen, an attorney and visiting professor at Michigan State University’s Eli Broad College of Business, “Few areas cause more harm in the business community than when businesses lack an ethical foundation. Most people would agree that having good ethics is important. However, it’s when people lose sight of proper ethical behavior that the […]