We tell ourselves little white lies all the time... Hitting the snooze button three times on a workday won't set me back that much. Happy hour is not going to stand in the way of making it to that 6 a.m. workout class tomorrow. Veggie chips count as a vegetable, right? We see the same when talking to companies about ethics reporting programs.
The inevitable is happening. The aging workforce is slowly being replaced by younger workers. The Millennials. And what the older generation may think is an important desire from employers, isn't necessarily the same desire the Gen Y'ers are expecting from the same employer.
#metoo has become a voice for many sexual assault victims to begin to break their silence about their own personal experiences.
Harassment in the workplace happens anywhere, and Canada is not immune. A recent government survey of harassment in Canada has produced some very alarming results.
If someone is behaving badly, somebody else usually knows. Fraud costs everyone more if its ignored, and your organization is not immune from it, no matter what you might think. The ACFE's Report to the Nations states that the median loss caused by fraud was $150,000 - if you're a small business, that could spell disaster.
Employee fraud is expensive. Whistleblower hotlines are not. You might think that when it comes to fighting fraud in the workplace, that the best methods are too expensive, too high-tech, or too complicated. Turns out, the best way to fight fraud actually starts with a tip.