Building an Ethical Workplace Culture
July 4 @ 9:00 AM - July 5 @ 12:00 PM AEST$570.00 - $800.00
As with other professions, HR management confronts a number of difficult issues and dilemmas concerning ethics, roles, practices and the nature of its professional association. HR professionals are increasingly required to address complex ethical issues in the workplace as part of their role. More and more organisations are making explicit the standards of behaviour expected in the workplace, and often HR are charged with ensuring that these standards are met, and they are tasked with dealing with situations when these standards are breached. This can give rise to complex situations that may be extremely difficult to manage. While the basics of ethical conduct can be quite simple, the application can be difficult because in real-life it often involves complex dilemmas and behaviour based ‘grey areas’. This course examines the role HR plays in managing ethics within the organisational context and demonstrates decision making tools that can be used to help address ethical workplace dilemmas. The course uses a case based approach to consider the management of ethical dilemmas by HR.
This course is suitable for HR professionals with 2+ years’ experience.
Key Learning Outcomes
- Define the professional and ethical principles which guide human resource management
- Understand HR’s role is supporting the CEO and Executive Management to ensure an ethical workplace culture
- Understand HR’s role in the ethical decision-making process
- Apply ethical decision-making tools to ethical workplace dilemmas
Other Course Information
Delivery mode: Virtual Workshop
Live session dates: Thursday 4 July and Friday 5 July
Live session times: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm AEST (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
You will obtain 7 CPD points for completing this short course.