Organizations that support ethics initiatives consistently show more productivity and employee retention than organizations that consider corporate ethics merely an issue of compliance. Workplace Answers Ethics training courses help employees confront real-life workplace behavior and familiarize them with Code of Conduct and ethics policies. It's training designed to help employees understand their personal obligations and the consequences of violations.
The case for training employees on ethics in the workplace grows every day. While many consider the need to regulatory compliance the limit of their corporate responsibility, companies that conduct business with integrity and ethics garner loyalty from staff and consumers. The challenge for companies today is to conduct business in a responsible manner, with an eye on the bottom line.
The Value of Your Reputation
Your corporate reputation is a valuable commodity: high performing talent wants to work for a company they can be proud of and that earns respect. Consumers want to do business with vendors that exhibit corporate responsibility and integrity. The bottom line for many companies: corporate ethics translate into brand loyalty, high morale and productivity. All these factors contribute to a healthy bottom line.
Walk the Talk
The challenge companies face is how to incorporate ethics from the board room to the production line. The answer is training: Workplace Answers Confidentiality and Trade Secrets, Ethics in the Workplace programs, and more from our conduct training suite emphasize your commitment to integrity and corporate responsibility. Our interactive ethics training and code of conduct training modules use the real-life workplace behaviors and scenarios your staff confronts every day to help them act responsibly and ethically.
What Should Ethics Programs Cover?
The Ethics in the Workplace Suite covers many scenarios your staff might encounter around these topics and more:
- Intellectual property protection
- Maintaining confidentiality and trade secrets
- Complying with Antitrust regulation
- Codes of Conduct
Underscore your commitment to an ethical business model, and emphasize each employee’s role in achieving that goal, with ethics training from Workplace Answers.
- Jennifer Zapp, Manager, Human Resources