Ever found yourself having to make a challenging decision at work? Any workplace presents multiple challenges, and decision making is likely one of the most ethically sensitive. Regardless of designation, most of the choices available relate to the larger organisation and its relationship to the individual employee.
So here is one important question for you: How ethical are your decisions and are you prepared to step into a reinvented future of decision making process with us?
As rightly said by Bodie Thoene, “What is right is often forgotten by what is convenient.”
- Results of surveys of the financial industry on its approach towards components of ethical decision making and the need for enhancing these
- Framework of an ethical decision-making process
- Factual case studies from leading organisations
- Approaches to ethical decision making
Originally published at https://www.acuitykp.com.
Preeti Rai, Senior Associate, Compliance Operations has overall 4 years of experience in compliance & banking operations, having worked for various firms including State Street Global Advisors and Northern Trust her expertise spans across Compliance, Policy monitoring and Risk surveillance . At Acuity she is responsible for monitoring Code of Ethics for a client. Preeti has completed her Masters in Commerce from Christ University, Bengaluru.