UNDERSTANDING CONFLICTS OF INTEREST

$49.00

Conflicts of interest come in all shapes and sizes. Financial interests, family interests, second jobs, and personal interests jockey for position ahead of the company’s interests. Every employee will struggle with a conflict of interest ethical dilemma and this course will prepare you to effectively deal with the situation and end up on top.

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Description

Description:
Conflicts of interest come in all shapes and sizes. Financial interests, family interests, second jobs, and personal interests jockey for position ahead of the company’s interests. Every employee will struggle with a conflict of interest ethical dilemma and this course will prepare you to effectively deal with the situation and end up on top.

Objective:

  • Understand types of conflicts of interest and be able to spot conflicts of interest dilemmas.
  • Know the ethical conflicts and general ethical guidelines that come from outside employment.
  • Understand the boundaries between your regular employment and your second job.
  • Know the bounds of appropriate and inappropriate selling in the work place.
  • Identify the potential conflicts of interest that can occur with family and friends.
  • Know employee responsibilities regarding outside employment, investments, and competition.
  • Understand the conflict of interest issues that result from investments and/or ownership in businesses.

Required Reading: “Ethical Appearance” By Mark S. Putnam

Length: 2 hours

Download Course Syllabus: Syllabus

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