Business/Office Ethics and Etiquette. Is there supposed to be employee and supervisor confidentiality?
All companies, whether they are government, private, or non-profit start with a philosophy or statement about what the company stands for. For example the government philosophy is to serve the citizenry. General Electric 's philosophy is "better... read more
by Simone Haruko Smith6 years ago
What are your best etiquette tips for modern professionals? (Weekly Topic Inspiration)While manners are important, many of the etiquette rules and guides we know and love do not address the complications of modern life...
by ncmonroe19818 years ago
Dear fellow hubbers,I live in West Virginia, U.S. I am helping to take care of my boyfriend's uncle who is disabled and wheelchair-bound. There was a period of transition between the time he left his apartment, but...
by Michael-Milec2 years ago
Should there be the etiquette and ethics taught in schools to boost individual perceptivity?In my opinion, our generation is being threatened by mass opinionatedness.
by mpchekuri7 years ago
I just want to know if there is any university to teach ethics to be followed by human beings. I would be surprised if one exists.
by Grace Marguerite Williams20 months ago
There are people who strongly contend that the witch hunt against Hillary Clinton regarding past scandals & e-mail escapades are because she is a woman. They maintain that Hillary Clinton is more than...
by Jenny Pugh5 years ago
Would you rather be the boss of your own business or be an employee of others? Please elaborate.Given the option, would you like to run your own business? If so what business would you be passionate enough to focus your...
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