A Publication of WTVP

Few employers develop ethical practices and training with new hires. They orient people to the workplace, familiarize them with key requirements and expectations, and introduce them to their supervisors, workspace and basic scheduling matters—but may not cover workplace values and ethics. When ethical training takes root, however, there are great results. So what are some ways core values and ethical practices can be instilled in new hires? Four key elements come to mind that can be adapted in any organizational setting:

Training and developing new hires in corporate values and ethical standards can have a great payoff: a loyal and dedicated worker who’s inclined to make the “right” decision. iBi

Adapted from an article published in the August 2005 issue of iBi.