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Ethics is a concept that runs deep in the collective consciousness of modern society. Most believe that choosing the moral 'high road,' standing up for one's principles, and doing the right thing should form the foundation for the actions and decisions of today's leaders. Yet headlines depict graft, corruption and moral decay that cast shadows beyond government and business to the heart of college campuses. Scandals such as plagiarism, sexual misconduct and academic dishonesty serve as reminders of what happens when ethics are considered an option of convenience.
How do we define ethics? When do ethics apply? Do they really matter in the larger scheme of things? As academic advisors who strive to assist students along pathways of self-discovery, we know that ethics are essential.
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Information Resources Management Association. (2012). Human resources management: Concepts, methodologies, tools and applications. Hershey, PA: Business Science Reference.
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Jan 19th, 2016
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