NPR is expanding coverage of its code of ethics, to include not just employees but also (for example) non-employees who happen to host shows on the network. To what extent can an employer impose an ethics code on people who aren’t employees? Are media organizations a special case in this regard? >>>
NPR Expands Ethics Code after Conflict of Interest incident
National Public Radio expanded its ethics code to require anyone who works for NPR — not just the news division — and anyone whose work is broadcast or distributed by NPR follow the code, ombudsman Elizabeth Jensen reported….