Leadership and Ethical Decisions

Leadership and Ethical DecisionsIn arriving at solutions to ethical dilemmas, leaders can make an extra effort to monitor their reaction to the problem. By asking themselves questions, they can evaluate a response with greater care. A large part of this self-evaluation should be aimed to avoid what many would consider an initial “moral intuition.” Such an intuition can be problematic if a leader trusts his instincts in a sensitive situation and isn’t mindful of all the elements.

10 Things You Should Know About the Form I-9

By Lacey Halpern

The Federal government’s recent crackdown on the employment of unauthorized employees has sparked urgency amongst HR leaders to spend more time training managers on how to properly fill out the I-9 form, and more importantly, what to look out for. The Department of Homeland Security and US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) has instituted nationwide audits through 2014, with a primary focus on employers’ I-9 files.