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The Oh Series™ Everyday Ethics - The Complete Series

We are all faced with making decisions every day. Some are large and some are small. When we’re faced with a decision that involves right and wrong choices at home or at work, sometimes it's hard to figure out what's the best decision in a given situation. It’s important to remember that some of those decisions can result in actions that have major consequences - for the organization, our customers and for ourselves.

#0 ID:1754 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Complete Programs Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Communication, Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Communication & Influencing, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Discrimination. Theft. Dishonesty. Are your employees prepared to face ethical issues and respond in ways that meet the high standards of your organization and adhere to the letter of the law?

#1 ID:931 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Communication, Compliance, Leadership, Professionalism

An action that violates a person’s moral code may not cause someone to be fired, fined or jailed, but such actions are nevertheless wrong. Doing the wrong thing can erode trust, damage relationships and harm others.

#2 ID:1760 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Discussion Trigger, Culture Commitment, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Most of us like to please and help other people when we can. Such efforts are usually a great thing, although in situations where we are asked to break the law, that natural inclination to please others works against us.

#3 ID:1762 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

We’ve all been there. It’s not uncommon to be asked to do a favor that may not be against the law, but we know that if we take that action we’ll be doing something wrong. On the surface, these favors may not seem like a big deal. In reality, something like time theft can lead to severe consequences like loss of your job, financial loss and company lay-offs.

#4 ID:1768 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Dividing up a sales territory to keep a competitor out of the bidding process is an example of an illegal bidding practice known as market division. This practice usually results in higher bid prices - hurting competition and consumers.

#5 ID:1765 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Time theft hurts the company. It also breaks trust. And if an employee gets caught while telecommuting, it’s likely the company won’t let others have those privileges. Depending on company policy, the employee could even be fired.

#6 ID:1767 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Professionalism, Discussion Trigger Closed Captioned

An offer of a bribe can be direct or indirect in nature. If someone says she will give you money to send business her way, that’s pretty direct. Another supplier might not specifically ask for your business, but might offer you a nice gift or a fun trip.

#7 ID:1773 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Discussion Trigger, Culture Commitment, Onboarding Closed Captioned

When we use our business position to give special privileges to a family member…or when we exclude other suppliers in favor of someone we know… or when we accept a gift or money in exchange for using our influence on behalf of a specific supplier, we have stepped over a moral and a legal line in the sand.

#8 ID:1771 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

While bribery may be more commonly accepted in some countries, people who work for U.S. companies and organizations are expected to adhere to U.S. anti-bribery laws regardless of the country in which they’re doing business.

#9 ID:1774 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Asking a co-worker to change an item on a financial report might not seem like a big deal, but it is. Fudging the numbers is unethical, and since Susan’s request also violates Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, it is also illegal.

#10 ID:1761 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Sometimes people want to include us in an action that doesn’t appear to violate their moral code, but it is one that we know violates our own. Or, it is an action that is against one of our company’s policies. Maybe it’s even illegal.

#11 ID:1763 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Culture Commitment, Onboarding Closed Captioned

We’ve all been there…when someone else acts as if violating an ethical standard or even breaking the law is just a common, everyday thing…no big deal. This is an attempt to normalize an action that is really wrong and abnormal.

#12 ID:1764 Topic: Ethics Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Culture Commitment, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Asking for or receiving trips, money, or other gifts of this type in order to influence the other person’s decision is known as a kickback. This type of influence is illegal under both federal law and a number of state laws.

#13 ID:1766 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Forcing a customer to pay higher prices is known as price fixing by reducing supply. A price fixing conspiracy to reduce inventory in order to raise prices hurts the company and ultimately the customers - who end up paying higher prices.

#14 ID:1769 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

When competitors agree to inflate pricing or include unreasonable special terms in a bid resulting in the other company having a better shot at getting the contract, customers lose and reputations are damaged.

#15 ID:1770 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

Simply put, falsifying expense accounts is wrong and violates company policies. It’s not up to us to decide what should be reimbursed by the company. And requesting reimbursement for expenses that don’t meet an organization’s policy is really a form of theft or fraud.

#16 ID:1772 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: Video Vignettes Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Professionalism, Discussion Trigger, Onboarding Closed Captioned

This eLearning course focuses on the responsibility manager’s have to be fair and consistent in counseling and disciplining individuals who violate the organization’s standards of business conduct.

#17 ID:1299 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: eLearning - LearningBytes® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, Leadership, Management, ProfessionalismCourse Level: Intermediate Seat Time: 14 Minutes

The acceptance of gifts, services, and hospitality can leave an organization vulnerable to accusations of unfairness, partiality, deceit, or even unlawful conduct. The acceptance of gifts is one of many ethical issues that come up in the workplace.

#18 ID:1226 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: eLearning - LearningBytes® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Office & General, Retail Other Topics: Compliance, ProfessionalismCourse Level: Foundational Seat Time: 10 Minutes

A newly approved vendor sends an expensive gift to an employee through the mail. Accepting gifts from vendors or partners could cloud objectivity.

#19 ID:938 Topic: Ethics Learning Path: Ethics & Compliance Type: eLearning - LearningBytes® Suggested Industry Usage: Healthcare, Industrial & Manufacturing, Office & General Other Topics: Compliance, ProfessionalismCourse Level: Foundational Seat Time: 6-8 Minutes

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