HR Competencies 

  • Ethical Practice
  • Relationship Management
  • HR Expertise 


This class is designed to make managers, supervisors, and HR aware of four things: what business ethics are, why we should care about ethics in business, what makes an ethics program successful, and the important components of a code of business ethics. This class serves as the foundation for developing an ethics-awareness program and identifies the role of the organization and personal integrity of individuals in ethical decision making. Participants will assess their own organization in terms of ethical strengths and potential vulnerabilities to ethical breaches. A decision- making model will be introduced and applied to case studies by class participants. 


  • Defining business ethics
  • Why we should care about being ethical
  • Daily ethical issues and leading causes of unethical behavior
  • Drivers of an ethics program
  • General content of a code of ethics; participants receive sample code
  • Ethical decision making
  • Introduce and apply decision-making model to ethical dilemma scenarios
  • Sarbanes-Oxley and Dodd Frank overview 

Designed For 

Managers, supervisors, and human resources professionals who are responsible for creating and/or maintaining ethics programs in their organization


0.35 Continuing Education Units
3.25 HRCI-Business
Course ID #HR139

Class Details

Location:Employers Council - Northern Regional Office, 5250 Hahns Peak Dr Ste 140, Loveland, CO 80538-8712
Time:8:30 am to 12:00 pm
List Price:$145.00

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