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18
Dec
19
Posted by:
Anonymous

The ethics of fairness... what would you do?

One of your staff is often away from the office for long periods. Without an expression of interest or equivalent process, one of their direct reports is always appointed to act in their place. It is  the same person every time, and that person and their boss have a  long-standing social relationship.  

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17
Dec
19
Posted by:
JP Monck, BFO signatory and BFO Advocacy and Awareness Committee member

To decide to do absolutely nothing still requires a decision

As a signatory of The Banking and Finance Oath (The BFO) and more recently helping The BFO raise awareness of this ethics initiative through its Advocacy and Awareness Committee, as an end of year wrap up on what to conisder as we rush towards the beginning of a new decade, JP has penned a thoughtful piece on what it means to 'do ethics' and the decision making process around that. 


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11
Dec
19
Posted by:
Anonymous

The ethics of past mistakes... what would you do?

You are attending a social function with a number of colleagues, many of whom report to you.
 
In an unguarded moment, one of your colleagues (who has had a little too much to drink) takes you aside. In a clear attempt at confidentiality, he reveals that he made a fairly serious error of judgement in his previous job within the company. However, in a remarkable stroke of good fortune for him, his manager was blamed for his mistake.
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04
Dec
19
Posted by:
Jodi O'Callaghan

The ethics of confidentiality... what would you do?

It’s the festive season and you’re attending the usual amount of social events at this time of year – catching up with colleagues and industry peers at each one.
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