Ethical Issues in NBA Finishing Season at Disney World

The item linked below is about the NBA’s decision to finish its season at Disney World — which is in Florida, which is currently one of the worst jurisdictions in terms of Covid-19. Key ethical issues to look at include:

Ethical Issues in NBA Finishing Season at Disney World

The item linked below is about the NBA’s decision to finish its season at Disney World — which is in Florida, which is currently one of the worst jurisdictions in terms of Covid-19. Key ethical issues to look at include:

Ethical Challenges for Reopening

The article below is aimed at HR professionals but is potentially useful for all sorts of business people with decision-making authority. It has good advice about things like recognizing individual circumstances, and the dangers posed to good decision-making when individuals

Ethical Challenges for Reopening

The article below is aimed at HR professionals but is potentially useful for all sorts of business people with decision-making authority. It has good advice about things like recognizing individual circumstances, and the dangers posed to good decision-making when individuals

Human Rights Museum Censored Gay Content for Some Visitors

There’s an old saying that “the customer is always right.” What about when the customer asks you to violate your core mission? That’s the choice faced by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, when it was asked by certain church

Human Rights Museum Censored Gay Content for Some Visitors

There’s an old saying that “the customer is always right.” What about when the customer asks you to violate your core mission? That’s the choice faced by the Canadian Museum for Human Rights, when it was asked by certain church

U.S. Supreme Court on Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination

This is an important shift in workplace ethics standards in the United States. Basically, it reaffirms the basic principle that people should not be discriminated against for things that are a) beyond their control and b) irrelevant to the work

U.S. Supreme Court on Anti-LGBTQ Discrimination

This is an important shift in workplace ethics standards in the United States. Basically, it reaffirms the basic principle that people should not be discriminated against for things that are a) beyond their control and b) irrelevant to the work

When the Wealthy Won’t Pay Their Rent — Major League Baseball Edition

Renting an apartment is a business transaction, and the story below is about the consumer side of the transaction. In most business ethics issues, the seller — the company — is the powerful one, and the consumer is the one

When the Wealthy Won’t Pay Their Rent — Major League Baseball Edition

Renting an apartment is a business transaction, and the story below is about the consumer side of the transaction. In most business ethics issues, the seller — the company — is the powerful one, and the consumer is the one

Restaurant Delivery Services and Ethical Consumerism

The blog entry linked below is by BEH co-editor, Chris MacDonald. It explores the ethical concerts that many people have about restaurant-food delivery services such as DoorDash and Foodora and Uber Eats. It takes the time to seek an insider’s

Restaurant Delivery Services and Ethical Consumerism

The blog entry linked below is by BEH co-editor, Chris MacDonald. It explores the ethical concerts that many people have about restaurant-food delivery services such as DoorDash and Foodora and Uber Eats. It takes the time to seek an insider’s

Military Honour and Workplace Ethics

The piece linked below isn’t obviously about business ethics. It’s actually about a report issued by the Canadian military after being called in to staff long-term-care facilities (what used to be called old folks’ homes)in Ontario and Quebec during the

Military Honour and Workplace Ethics

The piece linked below isn’t obviously about business ethics. It’s actually about a report issued by the Canadian military after being called in to staff long-term-care facilities (what used to be called old folks’ homes)in Ontario and Quebec during the

Ethics of Grocery Delivery During Pandemic

The piece linked below tackles a thorny issue faced by a lot of people today, during the Covid-19 crisis: Is it ok for me to order food for delivery, given that I know that the people doing the delivery are

Ethics of Grocery Delivery During Pandemic

The piece linked below tackles a thorny issue faced by a lot of people today, during the Covid-19 crisis: Is it ok for me to order food for delivery, given that I know that the people doing the delivery are

Price Gouging During Pandemic

This short posting includes a number of stories from the last few weeks related to ‘price gouging.’ More neutrally, it’s about situations in which prices have been raised, in a way that people find predatory or coercive. >>> LINK: Why

Price Gouging During Pandemic

This short posting includes a number of stories from the last few weeks related to ‘price gouging.’ More neutrally, it’s about situations in which prices have been raised, in a way that people find predatory or coercive. >>> LINK: Why

Covid-19 Patent Trolling Over Life-Saving Medical Devices?

Should patents be enforced over life-saving devices when the patent holder (or a holder of a license from a patent holder) is unable to supply the patented device in a timely manner? That’s just one the questions raised by this

Covid-19 Patent Trolling Over Life-Saving Medical Devices?

Should patents be enforced over life-saving devices when the patent holder (or a holder of a license from a patent holder) is unable to supply the patented device in a timely manner? That’s just one the questions raised by this