HR plays a central role in ethics programs

Driscoll, Dawn-Marie; Hoffman, W. Michael
April 1998
Workforce (10928332);Apr98, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p121
Focuses on role of the personnel department employee or the human resources (HR) professional in the company's ethics programs. Reasons why ethics initiatives fit properly as a part of the department's functions; Questions that must be answered by HR professionals to assess if they can be effective corporate ethics/compliance officer; HR's leadership role in the design of the company's ethics program.


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