HR Ethics Series: Issues in the Workplace
About this course
Among the more important ethical obligations of organizations are those that involve the health, safety, and fair treatment of employees. Employers have a moral and ethical obligation to protect employees against discrimination, harassment, and harm. This course reviews common workplace issues and strategies for how to address them. Because human resources professionals play a crucial role in supporting employee well-being, this course pays special attention to the role of HR in preventing and resolving issues in the workplace.
- Define employee rights in the areas of employment at will (EAW), the duty of loyalty, and the duty of confidentiality
- Describe concerns surrounding job discrimination and affirmative action
- Identify issues related to health, safety, and risk in the workplace
- Recognize common signs of harassment and types of sexual harassment
- Determine strategies for confronting and eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace
- Describe the concept of civil liberties in the workplace
- Understand factors that can lead to job dissatisfaction
- List methods for helping employees achieve greater work-life balance
- Apply ethical principles to workplace scenarios
Estimated length: 1.5 hours
Access Time: 90 days
HRCI credits: 1.5 (General)
Online courses and certificates, offered by a trusted partner, are self-paced and can be conveniently accessed anytime and anywhere from a computer with an internet connection. Courses are engaging and include real-world examples, videos, interactive games, assessments, and focused instruction. An "Ask the Expert" feature allows you to pose course-related questions and receive feedback within 24 hours. Courses are accessible, customizable, integrated, printable and mobile-friendly.