Are you an ethical business?


In the past, this blog has examined ethical decision-making and how managers might embed appropriate business ethics in their approach to work. But that’s just the beginning… Assuming you see the business benefits in being an ethical organisation – for example, an enhanced reputation with clients and customers, a stronger employer brand with the workforce, and according to the Institute of Business Ethics (IBE), outperforming ‘less ethical’ peers and competitors – then really you want your whole workforce to be thinking
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The Logical Approach to Non-Performance


Not so long ago, this blog featured a post entitled, 10 Reasons for Non-Performance, looking at why employees sometimes don’t do something and what a good manager or supervisor can do about that. To continue the theme… this post looks at the manager’s decision-making process when faced with an under-performing employee – how exactly do you decide what the best course of action is? Choose your approach Naturally, there are many ways to analyse a situation
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