Wednesday, November 20, 2019
A recent roundup of commentary on ethical issues currently affecting organizations.
PG&E’s Response to Its Role in Paradise’s Camp Fire (NPR)
This Q&A provides Pacific Gas & Electric’s response to questions about its culpability in last year’s devastating “Paradise Camp Fire” in California. Read More >
JP Morgan’s new policy chief says 10% of 2018 hires at the bank had criminal records (CNBC)
This article discusses the intent and outcome of JP Morgan’s progressive new hiring policy. Read More >
Bosses who think only about the bottom line may invite unethical behavior (Phys.org)
This article discusses new research suggesting that different employees react quite differently in response to a “profits-above-all” mentality in their boss. This article discusses an interesting development in the automotive industry, at the intersection of ethics, constitutional law, and sustainability. Read More >
General Motors Sides With Trump in Emissions Fight, Splitting the Industry (NY Times)
This article discusses an interesting development in the automotive industry, at the intersection of ethics, constitutional law, and sustainability. Read More >
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