Business Ethics & Professionalism
Having a strong set of personal ethics is crucial. Values, morals, and virtues shape your ethics, and your strong ethics will lead to great professional foundation, helping you make wise decisions.
Being humble is a leadership quality many lack, but most want. It is important to stay humble through the process of leading. No matter where you may stand on the ladder of success you can fall.
M Modal is a company that does medical transcription. M Modal treats its employees like slaves and creates a culture of mistrust and resentment.
Ethics are the fundamental principles of right and wrong. Although some decisions are no-brainers, many do not have a clear right or wrong answer. This often causes unethical or illegal behavior.
I am an S&H Green Stamps child. My mother worked for the Sperry & Hutchinson Company for 33 years, an employment that entitles me to call myself a company child. Those were the days of the company taking care of...
No matter what the job is, everyone who works at anything should always do their very best. Not only will it help you to know that you have given the job 100%, it will show others that you take your work seriously. Good...
Empathy is the core of a good physician-patient relationship. Knowing and understanding the feelings of patients is found to improve certain aspects in the process of treatment. For this reason, being empathic is...
Why do we, as human beings, so often try to cheat our way to what we want? We use "cheat codes," we look for "magic pills," easy money programs and engage in a wide range of dubious behaviors to...
Dealing with Liars in the Workplace I wrote much of this as a response to a question about how to deal with liars in the workplace. I hope this is helpful and I welcome any feedback or questions. There are different...
Interviewing for a job when you are obviously pregnant is a hard thing to accomplish with a win of the job of your dreams at the end. But it can be done! It costs 1000s of dollars for a new employer to train you in a...
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