Not too easy. Not too difficult.
It seems easy to understand the difference between right and wrong. It seems even easier to understand in the workplace almost common sense. Wrong, anyone who plans on holding a job (so hopefully everyone) should take this course. It goes into the depths of why ethics are important, why understanding that a "gray area" is probably unethical. What the side effects of ethical and unethical management, human resources and employees can have on a business or company. Valuable course and lessons with real world application.
This course is current with the times, a majority of the lessons focus on how technology has influenced the workplace, and how it will continue to shape the future of our work experiences. Simple items such as cellphones, laptops, tablets ext. when used unethically can have damaging consequences for a business or company. These are the actions that employees need to understand, as we are constantly bombarded with technology and information it is vital to understand the ethics involved in the modern world.
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Advice for students:
Advice for this course is pretty simple, do the assigned reading it isn't busy work it actually builds lesson to lesson. Give your paper a couple days to mature, if you do it in one sitting the requirements are strict and you can lose points for silly reasons. If you are not comfortable citing in APA format, get to work or find a way to meet with someone who can teach you. Referencing is very important to this professor and it has to be done right.