Steven Mintz is willing to offer advice on work place dilemma’s. He promises privacy and protection of your identity. Here he explains what he wants to do and how he can help you.
This is from the web site,Workplace Ethics Advice. Contact information is at the web site. Just click the link.
Steven Mintz explains his policy on privacy and advising in this piece from his web site, which I have copied as exactly.
Goals of Workplace Ethics Advice
Workplace Ethics Advice Answers Your Questions
Workplace Ethics Advice is my new blog that expands on the Ethics Sage website to provide reasoned advice how best to deal with workplace ethics issues. Workplace ethics issues may include:
- What to do when you suspect financial wrongdoing by a supervisor or top management;
- What to so when you have been told to do something you feel is inappropriate;
- What to so when you have been asked to do something you feel is inappropriate;
- What to do when you have been ordered to keep quiet about a company action;
- How to handle workplace stress issues including: perceived sexual harassment; discrimination; excessive expectations; difficult-to-deal-with bosses; other employees taking credit for your work; sabotage by fellow employees; insensitivity to personal issues inside and outside the workplace; unfair performance evaluation reviews;
- Work-family issues; and
- Whistle-blowing considerations
These are just examples of conflicts that may test your commitment to act ethically in the workplace. When faced with a dilemma the first step should always be to clarify your organization’s policy on handling such matters. For example, some companies have an ethics hotline where you can report issues of concern on an anonymous basis. Some have an ombudsperson to provide guidance on ethics issues. Also, be sure you are aware of the code of conduct in your organization because you don’t want to deal with someone else’s possible code violation while creating your own violation.
YOU CAN CONTACT THE ETHICS SAGE, aka Steven Mintz, AT ANY TIME DURING THE DILEMMA. Sometimes it’s best to contact me for advice immediately after the conflict arises and tell me about any company policy so that I can best understand the context of your situation and outline steps to take right away.
Once I receive an inquiry from you I will examine all possible alternative courses of action and respond to you within 24 hours. You can then send me a follow-up question to further clarify my advice. In order to help others, if I believe your question has general applicability in the workplace then I may decide to post your question and my answer on the website. I WILL NOT RELEASE YOUR NAME UNLESS YOU EXPLICITLY REQUEST IT OR INDICATE YOU DON’T MIND IF I DO SO. ALL OUR COMMUNICATIONS ARE COMPLETELY CONFIDENTIAL UNLESS YOU WAIVE THAT PRIVILEGE!
Let me help you to navigate the sometimes rough waters of trying to be a loyal, ethical employee in the face of pressures to do otherwise.
6 thoughts on “Do You Have a Workplace Dilemma? There is a web site which can provide help.”
Very nice! It’s difficult to work with a workplace problem! Makes you want to quit!
Always good to hear from you! Bit of advice – when you post add “business ethics” to your topic line. A lot of your posts concern TEPCO, the Japanese utility and surely their antics are hardly ethical. I think it will boost your web traffic. James Pilant
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