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Workplace Ethics Made Simple Spanish Version

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Workplace Ethics Made Simple Spanish Version

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Price: $295.00

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A Spanish language workplace ethics video. A culture of workplace ethics can make the difference between success and failure in today's workplace.

This brand new course covers:

  • Theft of workplace resources.
  • Shoplifting and other internal shrinkage.
  • The legalities of patented or copyrighted materials.
  • Taking credit for or stealing the work of co-workers.
  • Falsifying pay records.
  • Inflated or fraudulent business expenses.
  • Deliberately doing less work than you are capable of out of laziness or to lower future expectations.
  • Socializing on company time including on social media.
  • Falsifying company documents.
  • Lying to or misleading customers.
  • Falsifying research and development.
  • Over-promising results.
  • Illegally destroying company documents and emails.
  • Anti-Trust Violations.
  • The manipulation of financial information
  • Failing to follow safety procedures.
  • Confidential customer, patient or employee information.
  • Insider trading 
  • Gossiping or spreading rumors.
  • Taunting, teasing, yelling and sarcasm
  • Menacing.
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Giving or accepting bribes.
  • Discrimination in employment decisions
  • Biases, stereotypes and prejudices.
  • The consequences of poor ethics.
Length: 8:00
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  • Theft of workplace resources.
  • Shoplifting and other internal shrinkage.
  • The legalities of patented or copyrighted materials.
  • Taking credit for or stealing the work of co-workers.
  • Falsifying pay records.
  • Inflated or fraudulent business expenses.
  • Deliberately doing less work than you are capable of out of laziness or to lower future expectations.
  • Socializing on company time including on social media.
  • Falsifying company documents.
  • Lying to or misleading customers.
  • Falsifying research and development.
  • Over-promising results.
  • Illegally destroying company documents and emails.
  • Anti-Trust Violations.
  • The manipulation of financial information
  • Failing to follow safety procedures.
  • Confidential customer, patient or employee information.
  • Insider trading 
  • Gossiping or spreading rumors.
  • Taunting, teasing, yelling and sarcasm
  • Menacing.
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Giving or accepting bribes.
  • Discrimination in employment decisions
  • Biases, stereotypes and prejudices.
  • The consequences of poor ethics.