Is an organisation entitled to "ethical obedience" from its employees?
Announcement from the CEPL organiser:
Employers are generally entitled to expect a certain amount of obedience from their employees, on the assumption that the employee is carefully informed of their rights and responsibilities upon recruitment. But what about ethical obedience? When an employee has unexpected ethical qualms about carrying out their responsibilities, when should they suppress these qualms, when should they complain, when should they resign, and when should they blow the whistle?
Can we identify or be alert to such situations before they arise? How do we navigate our way through?
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A zoom link to join the course and some pre-reading will be sent to you after you register. This course carries 2 CPD points.
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