The HR Bartender Show - - a casual place to talk about work. Listeners get practical advice about how to be a better leader and manager, focusing on the employee experience, and career advice. We might also talk about my personal goal to find the best cheeseburger on the planet. So, grab your favorite beverage, pull up a stool, and join the conversation. The bar is always open.
Sharlyn Lauby Talks about the Connection Between Ethics and Organizational Change
Ethics isn’t a one and done activity. If organizations really want an ethical culture, ethics should be a part of everything - recruiting, onboarding, training, performance, and even offboarding. This Season 3 wrap-up episode talks about how organizations need to shift from discussing ethics in a reactive way to creating a speak up culture.
Jakub Ficner on How Technology Can Help Organizations Manage Ethical Risk
One of the last things we might think about when it comes to ethics is efficiency. There’s no rule that says organizations can’t accomplish both. In this episode, Jakub Ficner from Case IQ talks about the framework organizations can use to be ethical and efficient at the same time. It starts with creating guidelines and using technology to monitor risk.
Dr. Christopher Bauer Talks About Ethics Training
Talking about ethics does not mean the organization has an ethics problem. In fact, talking about ethics could be exactly the reason that the organization doesn’t have an ethics problem. In this episode, we discuss why organizations resist ethics training and the components of a successful ethics training program – and it starts with being realistic.
Meric Bloch Explains the Intersection of Ethics and Compliance
Organizations create codes of conduct and ethics training. And employees agree with them. But then concerns still arise. In this episode, we discuss the connection between ethics, compliance, and the business. We also talk about how building ethics into the investigatory process, will bring more credibility to investigations and help organizations get to the truth with fairness and respect.
Heather Bussing Discusses the Role of HR in Ethics and Investigations
HR needs to create a safe environment for employees to feel comfortable reporting concerns. But employees also need to understand HR’s role in both protecting the company and maintaining confidentiality. In this episode, we discuss the role of HR in facilitating workplace investigations to ensure that the process maintains legal integrity.
Dr. Martin Armstrong Defends Why Everyone "Owns" Organizational Ethics
Workplace ethics isn’t just a HR policy or program. It’s something that needs to be communicated and demonstrated throughout the organization. In this episode, we discuss the three components to unethical behavior (rationale, need, and opportunity) and why communication is the key to creating an ethical culture.